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first_imgBank of Ireland have launched a unique fundraising initiative which incorporates THIRTY FIVE communities along the Wild Atlantic Way with all funds raised going to support the local St Vincent De Paul.The initiative is called the ‘Big Blue Box’ volunteer challenge and the fundraising drive will run from the 5th-19th of June. BOI management have promised to match EVERY euro raised in the local communities during the ‘Big Blue Box’ challenge.TWELVE communities in Donegal will be participating in the event which will start in Moville on the 5th of June, stopping in Carndonagh, Buncrana, Letterkenny, Falcarragh, Bunbeg, Dungloe, Glenties, Killybegs, Donegal Town, Ballyshanon and Bundoran.The ‘Big Blue Box’ will travel from town to town by bike with the aim of raising money for the local St Vincent de Paul (SVP.Bank of Ireland staff and members of the local community will travel over 1,237 kilometres and local fundraising events will be held in each town along the route. Inside the Big Blue Box will be a symbolic item representing each town, area or community; something that each community would like to share with their neighbouring town.It could be a jersey, a seed or a tree, a piece of art or a plaque or simply a message of goodwill that the local community would like to pass on.Members of the local community will be encouraged to nominate an item for inclusion in the Big Blue Box in their local Bank of Ireland branch as part of the initiative.Speaking at the launch Susan O’Reilly, Branch Manager of Bank of Ireland Donegal Town said; “The aim of the Big Blue Box Volunteer Challenge is to support local communities and raise funds for the St Vincent De Paul who do fantastic work across the West of Ireland.“We are proud here in Donegal to be part of this fantastic initiative and it’s fantastic to see so many in our local communities involved.“Bank of Ireland staff as well as members of the local community will be participating in the event and we are expecting strong involvement across the 12 communities in Donegal. “All donations raised locally will go directly to support the work of the local SVP”.President of SVP Geoff Meagher said, “This is a great initiative and very much aligned with the SVP ethos of providing support on a local basis by local volunteers.“We would like to thank Bank of Ireland and its staff for choosing SVP as the recipients of funds raised during this initiative.“SVP continues to receive many request for help from families and individuals throughout the country and relies on campaigns such as the Big Blue Box Volunteer Challenge and public donations to enable us provide as much help as possible. “We encourage all the communities on the route to get involved.“It is a way of showing practical support for those in each community who continue to struggle financially and emotionally on a daily basis.For information on how to get involved with this fundraising event please visit: www.bankofireland.com/ BigBlueBoxYou can also donate through Pay to Mobile sending a donation directly to 087 373 7282#BigBlueBoxBOI LAUNCH UNIQUE FUNDRAISING EVENT TO SUPPORT ST VINCENT DE PAUL was last modified: May 28th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Bank of IrelandBOIBusinessFeaturesNoticeslast_img read more