There are so many to thank for making this emergency shipment happen, it's impossible to name everyone but a special thanks to:
Rapid Action Packaging, Donegal who donated 10,000 masks.
Homecare Medical, Mayo for donating several palets of nappies and incontinence pads.
Billy McGrath, a teacher in Good Counsel College, New Ross for making reusable face shields with his 3D printer, he even made them in bright colours so the children would be less frightened, and to Aoife Sutton for delivering them.
Aisling Crosbie and friends who made masks, and to Killarney Community Garda Brendan O'Donovan who ensured they were delivered on time.
Mick, John, Paul and John for collecting and delivering nappies and Pampers from Cork.
Stephen from Cahercalla for beds and washable mattresses that had recently been replaced and were no longer needed, these will help greatly in the asylums struggling most in this battle against Covid 19.
To Rory Lynch Transport and Tom, John, Brendan and Bruno for collection and delivery.
James Devitt for the use of his forklift and pallet truck.
To our small but mighty loading crew who managed to load everything while following health and safety guidelines, speedily and wearing smiles (even though they were hidden by masks!)
Finally to Br. Liam who is always very busy working hard behind the scenes but really pulled off a mammoth task with this one!!
A big thank you to Tomás Ó Mainnín from TG4 for coming along today to hear and share the story of the incredible generosity shown by you all for our vulnerable friends in Belarus, check out the Nuacht on TG4 tonight at 7pm for his coverage!
This shipment will make its way to Belarus as quickly as possible. In the meantime the funds you've helped raise are already being used there to provide PPE and other essential medical supplies. With your help we will keep doing so.
Thank you!! ❤️🌻
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