Last days of  ‘A Tenner for the Lighthouse Club Appeal’

Last days of ‘A Tenner for the Lighthouse Club Appeal’

Posted on : June 30, 2017

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For our 20th Anniversary we set out to raise £5000 for the Lighthouse Club. The Lighthouse Club is the charity for the construction Industry and as over 60% of our clients are in the Construction sector we felt it was appropriate that we help this great charity in their important work.
The Lighthouse Club is the only charity that provides financial and emotional support to the construction community and their families who have suffered an injury or long term illness or simply need a helping hand. The Lighthouse Club receive no public funding and rely on the generosity of those within the industry to help them continue their vital work. See their Website

Between cash raised by our generous clients & staff and our attendance at official Lighthouse Club events such as Golf Days and the Lighthouse Christmas Charity Lunch we have almost raised the £5000 we had set out to make.

See our Just Giving page
Any donation is gratefully accepted.

The Lighthouse Club encourages its members to organise an event to help raise funds for the Lighthouse.
‘If you cannot join us for an event or an activity (see our website ) why not create your own Lighthouse Day event. Simply register your interest and we will send you a fund raising pack full of ideas on how you can create your own event and make if fun to fund raise for our charity.’

Chairman of the LIGHTHOUSE CLUB Cormac Mac Crann along with Cara Director Gerry Keany launch the CARA STATIONERY ‘A TENNER FOR THE LIGHTHOUSE’

Director Gerry Keany and valued client Michael Farrelly of EXCELLO law played in the IRISH POST sponsored LIGHTHOUSE GOLF DAY at the Berkshire Golf Club

CARA director Gerry Keany,with valued client Michael Roche of the St James Partnership met Irish Rugby Legend Keith Wood at the Lighthouse Charity Lunch in December

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