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Mercury’s Be Brave Campaign raises €41k for the Irish Cancer Society
Mercury would like to sincerely thank all who contributed their time and donations to Mercury’s Be Brave – Stand up to Cancer Campaign throughout November 2019. Together we have achieved something incredible, raising a total of €41,287.24 for the Irish Cancer Society, to work towards a future without cancer.
We would like to in particular thank all of our staff who donated, as well as a special thanks to our subcontractors and partners in DataScope Systems, Nomad Scaffolding Services Ltd., @Foldam Staalbouw bv, PMI, Oradeo Recruitment Limited, Maasdam Groep BV, Tubeco, Instrotec Ltd, Jacobs and Manchett Cleaning Limited who all contributed donations to the campaign. Thank you also to Adventure Branding, Harris Commercial, Neworld Associates and TD Fitness who contributed their time and effort for this fantastic campaign.
Congratulations to Mercury’s 5 below Best Dressed Winners from our ‘Paint it Pink’ day!
- Enda Quigley
- Esther Doyle
- Julie-Anne Healy
- Neil Donovan
- Tony McGovern
Thank you also to Mercury’s Mario Kojic, Evan O’Quigley, Barbra Hackett, Sarah Digan, Diana Bolog, Elaine Dee, Deirdre Gardiner, Julie-Anne Healy, Sarah Jane Ferguson, Geoff Riordan, Joanne Cluxton, Aoife Behan, Brendan Butler, Jody Boyle, Hilary McDonnell, Justyna O’Sullivan, Gerry Russell, Majda Pajevic, Ciaran Carrick, Laura Murphy, Denis O’Sullivan, Cathy Kane, Robert O’Dowd, Conor O’Gorman, Daithi Byrne, Natalie Bolam, Eoin Lalley, Jason O’Shaughnessy, Derek McCann, Damian Lennon and many more who helped put this campaign together across our offices and sites across Ireland, the UK and Europe.
A huge thanks also Kim O’Connor, Helen Weafer, Mick O’Connor, Seamus Reilly, John Mooney, Fred Doyle and Christie Idemudia who participated in our video campaign, telling their personal stories of how cancer has affected them and their loved ones in the past.
And finally, a special thanks also to everyone who helped promote the campaign, dressed in pink, organised cake sales & coffee mornings, hung up posters, left messages on the Lennon Boards, decorated their office areas in pink, organised collection stations and motivated friends and colleagues to join in and get involved and raise awareness