MiWadi will support the Temple Street Foundation’s annual 'Trick or Treat for Temple Street' 2018 fundraising campaign, which was launched by Anna Daly, TV3 broadcaster and Ireland AM presenter.
“As a mother of three young boys, the opportunity to support Temple Street and the work they do for sick children is one I cherish and, as a parent, is a cause close to my own heart," said Daly.
The children's hospital is hosting its own Halloween party to help fund new equipment for sick children, such as patient monitors, incubators and ventilators.
“Sick children need great care right now - and that's why it is so important that workplaces, crèches, and communities get into the Halloween spirit again this October and help us to fund vital, life-saving equipment for our wards, theatres and Intensive Care Unit,” explains Denise Fitzgerald, chief executive, Temple Street Foundation.
MiWadi, who has raised over €1.9 million so far for Temple Street, seeks this year event to be its biggest yet.
“This is the sixth year MiWadi has proudly supported Trick or Treat for Temple Street,” said Claire Lynch, MiWadi brand manager with Britvic Ireland.
“It is a unique campaign which reflects MiWadi’s vision of seeing the world through the eyes of a child and creates a playful opportunity to host a Halloween party for a really great cause."
Temple Street & MiWadi are calling on the public to register at the event’s website to receive a special 'Trick or Treat for Temple Street' party pack, which includes posters, balloons, stickers and much more.
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