The Irish Hospice Foundation & Lloyds Pharmacy have Christmas all wrapped up
- Lloyds Pharmacy, Ireland’s largest pharmacy group, announces charity drive and Christmas gift-wrapping service to raise funds for its charity partner, The Irish Hospice Foundation.
- Lloyds Pharmacy and Irish Hospice Foundation partnership is now in its fourth year.
- To date, the partnership has raised over €95,000.00
- Lloyds Pharmacy makes Christmas shopping easier with their hampers made to order service and an extensive range of Christmas gifts for the whole family.
Lloyds Pharmacy, Ireland’s largest pharmacy group, today launched an in-store charity drive and Christmas gift-wrapping service to raise much needed funds for The Irish Hospice Foundation.
The initiative will see LloydsPharmacy colleagues offering a gift-wrapping and hamper creation service to customers across all 94 stores, with collection buckets for The Irish Hospice Foundation also on site.
The Christmas gift wrapping service will run from week commencing 20th
November, throughout the Christmas period. Lloyds Pharmacy offers an extensive range of Christmas gifts and bespoke hampers made to order for him, for her, and the whole family.
Now in its fourth year, the Lloyds Pharmacy partnership with The Irish Hospice Foundation has raised a total of €95,000.00.
Dervila McGarry, Head of Marketing at Lloyds Pharmacy, said: “We are delighted to be raising funds and awareness for The Irish Hospice Foundation. It’s a very worthy cause, particularly at this time of year. The work of the Foundation helps families on a national and local scale through difficult times, and we’re proud to be supporting them.
“The funds raised to date by the commitment and support of our colleagues in the local communities of our 94 stores has made a real difference to lives around Ireland.”
Helen McVeigh, Director of Fundraising at The Irish Hospice Foundation said: “We are delighted with our partnership with Lloyds Pharmacy and the opportunity to share our vision which is for no one to face death or bereavement without the care and support they need,” concluded Ms McVeigh.