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Ballybeg Greens Fundraising Evening

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Ballybeg Greens the Social Enterprise of Ballybeg Community Development Project offers training and placement opportunities to the long term unemployed, recovering drug addicts, people with disabilities and ex-prisoners. It facilitates education programmes and offers groups such as the Wheelchair Association, Bernardo’s and Wave the opportunity to work and grow in our gardens.

Due to challenges presented by food legislation Ballybeg Greens is in need of infrastructural improvements to continue trading, supporting the community and maintaining employment within Ballybeg Greens.

We need to raise in excess of €10,000.00 to provide this infrastructure and to do this we need your support.

Ballybeg Greens will host a fundraising evening at Kilcohan Greyhound stadium in

April 2019 (Date Pending)

Fundraising will be by means of an advertisement booklet.

Advertising options and costs are as follows:

Full Page: €100.00

Half Page: €50.00

Trusting that as always we can rely on your valued ongoing support.

For further details, contact:

Joe English

Sales and Marketing

Ballybeg Greens

Ballybeg CDP

Phone: 051 350100 or 087 7830979

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