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Aldi Ireland Launches Call For Community Grants Programme 2024

By Sarah O'Sullivan
Aldi Ireland Launches Call For Community Grants Programme 2024

Aldi Ireland has launched its 2024 Community Grants programme, which features an expanded offering to mark 25 years of Aldi in Ireland, it was announced today.

The discount retailer is calling on charities and community organisations to nominate themselves by visiting their local store. Successful participants will receive a €500 Aldi gift card for their organisation.

Staff from Aldi stores around Ireland, its two distribution centres and corporate offices will then vote for a winner in their local areas.

This will enable the staff to help the most worthy and impactful cause nominated and help local communities.

To coincide with Aldi’s 25th anniversary of opening in Ireland, the retailer will also select 26 charities or community groups. One organisation per county will then receive additional support of €2,000 in Aldi gift cards.


In total, Aldi’s Community Grants Programme for 2024 will amount to €137,500 of support.

‘Giving Back To The Communities We Serve’

The national sustainability manager at Aldi Ireland, Rachel Nugent, said, “It is with great pride that we announce the return of our Community Grants programme for 2024, which has, to date, seen us distribute over €620,500 to worthy charities and community groups in every county in Ireland.

“Giving back to the communities we serve has always been hugely important to Aldi.

“Every year, we continue to be amazed by the fantastic work carried out by charities and community organisations, and we again look forward to supporting their work.

“Twenty twenty-four [2024] is a special year for Aldi, as we mark 25 years of operating in Ireland.


“To mark that milestone moment, we are expanding our Community Grants programme this year.”

Nugent concluded, “Today, we would like to invite charities and community groups to nominate themselves for the scheme through their local Aldi store.”

Paul O’Connell, the Aldi IRFU ambassador, added, “I am delighted to be part of the announcement of Aldi’s Community Grants programme for 2024.

“Charities and grassroots groups across the country play a critical role in the communities they serve, and Aldi’s expanded Community Grants programme is a key source of support.

“I wish all the groups applying the best of luck and applaud the valuable work they continue to do in towns, cities and villages all over Ireland.”


More information is available on Aldi’s website:

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