MiWadi Supports 'Trick or Treat for Temple Street’ Campaign
Children’s Health Foundation (CHF) Temple Street and MiWadi are calling on families, friends and communities to their very own Halloween activity or virtual event at home, schools and creches or in the workplace.
The soft drinks company also added that events can be held virtually to raise much-needed funds and help buy vital, life-saving equipment for sick children in CHI at Temple Street.
The fundraising campaign is celebrating its 20th year this year and all funds raised go to Children’s Health Foundation Temple Street to fund essential equipment for the treatment of sick children, such as patient monitors, incubators, and ventilators which will change little lives for the better.
Denise Fitzgerald, chief executive, Children’s Health Foundation said: "While Halloween celebrations might be a bit different this year, we are still committed to funding vital, life-saving equipment for CHI at Temple Street’s wards, theatres and Intensive Care Unit. "
"We hope that during this very challenging year they will continue to help us ensure that sick children in CHI at Temple Street still get the great care they urgently need," she added.
While Halloween may be somewhat different this year, Children’s Health Foundation Temple Street and MiWadi are urging everyone across Ireland to get behind the fundraiser.
Children’s Health Foundation Temple Street is the new name for the Temple Street Foundation. The Foundation name has changed to reflect the coming together of CMRF Crumlin and Temple Street Foundation in January 2019 to become Children’s Health Foundation, one foundation supporting sick children in CHI.
Caroline Hyde, MiWadi marketing manager with Britvic Ireland commented; "This year in particular, we are extremely proud to support the invaluable work that happens in CHI at Temple Street every day."
"While Halloween might look a little different for children this year, it’s important for MiWadi to continue to try to bring fun and flavour to families’ lives,” she added.
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