This year’s Red To Work as part of the WLR Christmas Appeal in aid of the St Vincent de Paul in Waterford takes place on Friday, December 15th.
This year, WLR is joining forces with Waterford Chamber to ask people, businesses and organisations across the City and County to wear ‘Red to Work’ in the hope of raising tens of thousands of Euro.
‘Red to Work’ is now an annual event in Waterford’s work place calendar with hundreds of businesses and work places encouraging staff to wear red and show support for the annual WLR Christmas Appeal.
Waterford Chamber Chief Executive Gerald Hurley says, “Through our close connection with the business community in Waterford, the team at Waterford Chamber believes we can greatly assist WLR in making ‘Red to Work’ a huge flagship fundraiser for the Christmas Appeal. It’s a fun initiative for the business community to take part in, allowing staff to get in the Christmas spirit and, in turn, give back to those who are in need in our community.”
‘Red to Work’ day is just one of the many events hosted as part of the WLR Christmas Appeal. Other events include a VIP Auction, Farmview Auction, Star Wars Midnight Screening, Care for a Cuppa Coffee Morning and many more.
Companies signed up so far include:
Hallmark Jewellers, WIT, Ubiqus, Radius Technologies, The Salon @ Georges Court, Q1 Scientific, Delaney’s Pharmacy, Jacqui’s Hair Zone, Murray’s Pharmacy, McConnell’s Toyota, Dunhill Multi-Education Centre, Nolan Farrell & Goff Solicitors, Clem Jacob Hire, James F Wallace & Company, Rathgormack National School, Drohan & Knox Chartered Accountants, Nemeton TV, Bolands Waterford, Garvey’s Supervalu Dungarvan, Cartamundi Ireland, Ardkeen Quality Food Store, The Packaging Hub Limited, Dataworks Limited, Cantec, Waterford City and County Council, Home Instead Senior Care, Cappoquin Logistics, Havenwood Nursing Home, Theatre Royal, Waterford Sun Life Financial, Waterford Intellectual Disability Association, Fews National School, MM HALLEY & SON, Little Explorers Montessori Day Care in Bishopsfield, T&T Coaches, The Sculpting Studio 1 & 2, The Reg, Ennis Gough Property, Tramore Credit Union, Morris’s DIY, Eir Gen Pharma, Kirwan’s Pharmacy, Waterford College of Further Education, St Declans Community college, Dublin Coach, Major Opticians, Lisduggan Credit Union, Nevin Construction, the Matrix Recruitment Group, SE2, St Brigid’s Children Centre, FBD Insurance, Waterford/Wexford Education and Training Board, Sanofi, Waterford Marina Hotel, Phelans pharmacy, Pimbrook Software, ERIHC Ltd, Store-All Logistics, Evoke German Kitchens, Rapid Cabs, Ernst & Young, UPMC, Whitfield Cancer Centre, Morgan McKinley, Audi Waterford, Lloyds walk in Salon, Lloyds Hair on the Quay, Red Hat Waterford, McDonald Dwyer Reddy Byrne Insurances Limited, Dungarvan Credit Union, The Pantry, Four Star Pizza Waterford, Coach House Coffee, Hype Hair, John Kelly Wateford, Fieldmaster Ltd, Brennan’s Pharmacy, Hartley People, Eurofins, Waterford Credit Union, Ardkeen Library, Flahavans, Ronan McCarthy Life & Pensions, The Nagle Centre, Co. Waterford Farm Relief Services Ltd, ArcLabs, Hibernian Gifts, The Book Centre, APS Materials Inc, Rigney Dolphin Group, Codico Distributors, Evros, Re/max Property Specialists, FDC Accountants & Tax Consultants, Dawn International Ltd, McCarthy Insurance Group, Pinewood healthcare, Harvey Travel Ltd., Murrays Careplus Pharmacy, Meraki Marketing, David M Breen & Co, Carraig Donn in Dungarvan Shopping Centre, Liberty Blue Estate Agents & Bookaroom, MW KELLER and SON solicitors,University Hospital Waterford and of course all of us here in the Broadcast Centre and in WLR Dungarvan.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner]