In July, our Cork project was able to donate 34.35 kg to the Street Angels Homeless Group. We hope to make many more donations like this to our community partners across Cork.
The Hygiene Bank Cork received 7.2 kg of hygiene products from our Owennacurra Pharmacy drop off and 4.95 kg from our new drop off point at Daybreak, Blackrock Road.
Our newest drop off points are:
During July our Donegal project were able to distribute 86.7kg of donations to Lifestart Service CLG.
The Hygiene Bank Galway has now been doing great work for 1 year. To celebrate our volunteers had a picnic in the great weather.
The Hygiene Bank Galway was able to donate 113 kg to its community partners.
The Hygiene Bank Galway received 126 kg of hygiene products. THB Galway also received €666.66 from the Tesco community Fund, this money will go a long way to continuing the great work done by our volunteers.
We are happy to announce the induction of 2 new drop off points in Salthill:
It is great to have them on-board, we look forward to working with them. Unfortunately, we also have to announce that Kavanagh’s Supervalu in Moycullen is no longer a drop off point. We thank them for all the great work they did for us and hope we can work with them again in the future.
July was a great month for our Dublin project who received 161kg of products and over €100 in donations. This allowed them to distribute 211kg of products to their community partners.
Unfortunately, this month we say goodbye to Supervalu Churchtown as one of our drop off points. We would like to say a big thank you to them for being a drop off point for us. It has been such a great spot for donations and we’d like to thank everyone who has donated so generously.