Analog Devices Donates Over €130,000 to Charities & Voluntary Groups

  • Leo McHugh and Niall Dillon of Analog Devices presenting a cheque for €20,000 to Ann Marie Hayes, Milford Hospice. Pic: Brian Arthur
Leo McHugh and Niall Dillon of Analog Devices presenting a cheque for €20,000 to Ann Marie Hayes, Milford Hospice. Pic: Brian Arthur

Analog Devices International (ADI) has donated €132,500 to 54 educational, charitable and cultural organisations across Munster and Dublin as part of its Annual Community Awards and Charitable Donations Programme.

A broad spectrum of organisations benefited with Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze donations going to well-deserved charities, support centres, local sporting clubs, schools, and voluntary groups. Over 30 organisations in Limerick benefited from the generous donations scheme.

Employees from ADI’s sites in Limerick, Cork and Dublin were given the opportunity to nominate who should benefit from the generous donations programme. The Community Relations Team received 220 nominations and were left with the very difficult decision on how to allocate donations.  

As a long-standing charity partner of ADI, Milford Care Centre received the Platinum donation of €20,000. 

Gold donations of €10,000 were made to three registered charities: Aiséirí, Dochas Midwest Autism Support and Novas. 

Silver awards of €3,000 were given to Ard Chúram Day Care Centre (North Kerry), Blood Bike South, Catherine McAuley School, Feed Clare Food Bank and Limerick Suicide Watch. 

The Bronze recipients, 45 in all, received €1,500 each and included a wide variety of schools, sporting clubs and social enterprises. [LISTED BELOW] 

  1. Ballina LFGA 
  2. Ballinacurra Gaels GAA / LGFA 
  3. Ballybrown GAA 
  4. Ballyhass Childcare Facility CLG 
  5. Carrigaline Athletics Club 
  6. Castleconnell National School 
  7. Clare Animal Welfare 
  8. Cloverfield National School 
  9. Coláiste Mhuire, Askeaton 
  10. County Limerick Youth Theatre 
  11. Crescent Hockey Club Limerick 
  12. Croom Gaelic4Girls (G4G) sports programme 
  13. Crusheen GAA Club, Clare 
  14. Donoughmore National School, Limerick 
  15. Down Syndrome Limerick 
  16. Glenbrohane National School 
  17. Glounthaune Mens Shed (Co Cork) 
  18. Holycross AFC / Holycross Underage Soccer 
  19. Inch National School (Inch Community Walkway) 
  20. Judo Assist Ireland 
  21. Knockainey National School 
  22. Laurel Hill FCJ Secondary School 
  23. Limerick City Community Radio 
  24. Lough Derg FC 
  25. Milford National School 
  26. Mountcollins Development Association 
  27. Mungret Educate Together School 
  28. Mungret St Paul’s Juvenile Badminton Club 
  29. Murroe AFC 
  30. Nenagh Eire Óg GAA Club 
  31. Óglaigh Náisiúnta na hÉireann 
  32. Parents Council, Doon Convent National School, Limerick 
  33. Pirates AFC Rugby, Cobh 
  34. Sarsfields RFC 
  35. Shannon Rowing Club 
  36. Shine Center, Cork 
  37. Sliabh Luachra Cycling Club 
  38. Storm Babet Flood Relief 
  39. St Patricks Pipe Band, Tulla 
  40. St. Tola's National School Shannon, Co Clare 
  41. St. Mary’s Secondary School, Newport 
  42. Sunshine Brownies 
  43. Thursday Club Active Retirement Group, Ballybrown 
  44. UCD Foundation 
  45. Young Eagles Academy  
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