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Tuesday 13 November 2018

Women’s Refuge is given boost by Aldi

Angela Hore from Wexford Women’s Refuge with Roman Tsebrynsk from Aldi on the Newtown Road.
Angela Hore from Wexford Women’s Refuge with Roman Tsebrynsk from Aldi on the Newtown Road.

Wexford Women's Refuge is the latest organisation to benefit from Aldi's 2018 Community Grants programme, receiving €500 from Aldi on Newtown Road.

The grant was presented to Angela Hore from Women's Refuge by Roman Tsebrynsk, Aldi's Newtown Road store 'Charity Champion'.

John Curtin, group buying director for Aldi, said: 'We are delighted our employees have chosen to support the Women's Refuge, as it plays a pivotal role supporting women and children escaping domestic violence.'

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