Aldi is selling two special flower bouquets to benefit the Irish Cancer Society

With the onslaught of the pandemic, Irish charities have been proportionally affected.

While many industry players have been forced to cancel their fundraising days and events, Aldi hopes their fundraising will continue to bloom with some flowers.

From Thursday 27 August, all 143 stores will sell two special Irish Cancer Society charity bouquets for €7.99 each.

While many industry players have been forced to cancel their fundraising days and events, Aldi hopes their fundraising will continue to bloom with some flowers. Photo: Simon Hadley Photography

For each bouquet sold, €1 will be donated to the Irish Cancer Society Nursing Services, which also includes the Night Nursing Service.

The Irish Cancer Society’s Night Nursing Service provides end-of-life care to cancer patients and their families at home.

For every bouquet sold, €1 will be donated to the Irish Cancer Society Nursing Services, which also includes the Night Nursing Service – a service which has become in high demand with the COVID-19 outbreak. Photo: Aldi

Demands for the Society’s team of dedicated night nurses have increased dramatically during the coronavirus outbreak with more than 1,800 nights of care provided nationwide between March and May this year.

The service relies primarily on money funded by donations.

Bouquets are a perfect opportunity to make your homes look and smell lovely while donating to the vital services of the Cancer Society of Ireland.

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Demand for the Irish Cancer Society’s team of dedicated night nurses has increased dramatically during the coronavirus outbreak with more than 1,800 nights of care provided nationwide between March and May this year.

Over the past 12 months, Aldi has donated over €33,000 from the sale of charity bouquets to the Irish Cancer Society.


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