Flogas supports Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Marie Curie
Flogas Ireland is delighted to support two great causes this Christmas, the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) and Marie Curie.
Eoin O'Flynn (far right), marketing manager, Flogas Ireland presenting a cheque to Michael Grogan, area president, St. Vincent de Paul and Anne Dowd, Natasha Roche and Lisa Kearney from its new Vincent’s shop in Bettystown.
The company contributed a total of €1,500 to SVP, with marketing manager Eoin O’Flynn and sales representatives Roy Masterson and Peter Brosnan presenting cheques to the charity’s representatives in Drogheda, Cork and Ballyhaunis. Founded in Ireland in 1844, the Society is the largest voluntary charitable organisation in Ireland.
In Belfast, Paul Ruegg, senior marketing executive, presented a £500 cheque to Marie Hannan, partnerships manager with Marie Curie, the largest charitable provider of end of life care in Northern Ireland.
John Rooney, managing director, Flogas, said “St Vincent de Paul and Marie Curie provide wonderful support to many people in the local communities close to our terminals and other facilities. We are glad to be able to support them both financially at this time of year.”
Peter Brosnan, sales representative, Flogas Ireland (centre), presented a cheque for €500 to Paddy O’Flynn, south-west regional vice-president and Anne McKernan, south-west regional fundraising officer, St. Vincent de Paul, Cork.
l/r Jarlath Fahey, a member of the St Vincent de Paul Ballyhaunis Conference, is presented with a €500 cheque by Roy Masterson,sales representative, Flogas Ireland.
Marie Hannan, partnerships manager with Marie Curie, is presented with a £500 cheque by Paul Ruegg, senior marketing executive, Flogas.