Our group is 100% not for profit with all funds spent directly on community projects. All volunteers are unpaid, they offer their time and energy for free to give something back to their community.
Subject to our entry submission we receive funding from the competition administrators sponsored by SuperValu. We apply for grants via Meath County Council such as the Community (Amenity) Grant or any related to the current projects. Donations from businesses and the public are welcome either for specific projects or general support.
Going forwards we appreciate that fundraising opportunities are currently very restricted and that there are many worthy groups seeking your contributions. We hope you will look upon caring for the community and the environment as a worthy cause.
If you are in a position to help with any of our activities please contact us.
Supported by Volunteers
Primarily we have relied on 'Bag Pack Fundraising' at Smith's SuperValu to promote awareness of our group and to raise additional funds for community projects. We thank the management and staff who have been a pillar of support from the outset for supporting our work in the community.
The first Bag Pack and till payment point donation since Covid and Feb 2020 we return to Smith's SuperValu to help raise our profile in the community.
Some of the Schools Benefiting
Prior to the outbreak of Covid the community supported us to raise nearly €3,000 for environmental projects with our 4 local schools.
Ard Ri Primary School
St Mary’s Special School
St Stephen’s NS
Sustainable Development Goals
This project has connections with the following categories: