Three Donegal based charities are the latest non-profit groups to benefit from supermarket giant, Aldi’s Community Grants programme.

A store champion from the respective Aldi stores have awarded the charities with a €500 grant in recognition of their vital work to the Irish community and to help support their essential services.

The Donegal Hospice was awarded a €500 grant from Aldi’s Letterkenny store for services rendered to the Donegal community. Solace Donegal, the Cancer Support Centre was the other recipient of the community grant from Aldi’s Donegal Town store champion.

Also awarded was the Family Enrichment Centre, which was awarded a €500 grant by the store champion of Aldi Ballybofey.

Aldi’s “Charity Champion”, Edyta Piechowicz presents Mary McLoone of the Family Enrichment Centre a €500 grant.

Commenting, Finbar McCarthy, Group Buying Director, Aldi Ireland, said: “The work and services provided by these charities are crucial to local Donegal communities.

“We are delighted our employees have chosen to support these organisations. Giving back to the local communities our stores serve is something we are passionate about and we are proud to support the vital work done by charities and not-for–profit organisations across Ireland.”

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