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Analog Community Awards Scheme donates to 40 Munster charities and volunteer groups 

Analog Community Awards Scheme Reception 2019

Analog Community Awards Scheme donates to 40 Munster charities and volunteer groups 

Analog Devices International (ADI), a world leader in data conversion and signal conditioning technology solutions, has made financial donations to 40 community, voluntary and charitable organisations across Munster as part of its Community Awards and Charitable Donations Programme.

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Pictured at the Analog Devices Community Awards Scheme reception were Anne-Marie O’Dwyer, Analog Devices (nominator), Denis Doyle, VP & GM Manufacturing, Analog Devices, Angela White & Maire O’Leary, St. Gabriel’s School & Centre and Leo McHugh, VP Industrial, Analog Devices



Employees from ADI’s Limerick and Cork sites were given the opportunity to have their say on who should benefit from the Analog Community Awards Scheme. Over 200 nominations were made on behalf of a wide variety of educational, social, charitable, cultural and artistic organisations across Limerick, Cork and Clare.

Presenting the cheques at a special reception for all benefactors, Leo McHugh, VP – Industrial Business Units, ADI, said, “At Analog Devices we focus our innovation to address our customers most complex, important and impactful challenges. Each of the organisations we support through our Analog Community Awards Scheme is also tackling complex, important and impactful challenges; whether it’s providing care and comfort, alleviating distress or providing education and training. We are delighted to be in a position to give back and support them in their endeavours.”

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Presenting the Analog Devices Community Awards Platinum donation to Milford Hospice are Denis Doyle, VP & GM Manufacturing, Analog Devices, Anne Marie Hayes, Milford Care Centre, Leo McHugh, VP Industrial, Analog Devices

Analog’s Community Relations Team were tasked with reviewing the 200-plus submissions and allocated contributions across four category types; Platinum (1 award), Gold (4 awards), Silver (5 awards) and Bronze (30 awards).

As a long-standing charity partner of ADI, Milford Hospice received the Platinum donation.

Gold and Silver donations were made to nine registered charities including; Acquired Brain Injury (Limerick Branch), Brain Tumour Ireland, Share a Dream Foundation, St Gabriel’s School & Centre, Blood Bike Mid-West, Dochas Hope for People with Autism, ISPCC, St Vincent de Paul and the Children’s Grief Centre.

The Bronze recipients, 30 in all, included a wide variety of schools, sporting clubs, social enterprises and needy charitable causes based in Limerick, Cork and Clare. All listed below.

Site leaders Denis Doyle and Leo McHugh presented cheques to all recipients at a special award ceremony in Analog Devices, Limerick recently where the respective awardees were hosted by their nominating employee(s).

Denis Doyle, VP & GM – Manufacturing, ADI, said, “It’s important that employees have their say on how we distribute our charitable donations. For most of the charity and community organisations chosen, our employees and their families either rely on them or support them through volunteering and fundraising. The gratifying letters we receive and the feedback from our employees IS heartening as we know that the donations can be life-changing for many people.”

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Presenting the Analog Devices Community Awards Gold and Silver donation to Share a Dream Foundation are Denis Doyle (left), VP & GM Manufacturing, Analog Devices and Leo McHugh (right), VP Industrial, Analog Devices

Bronze Category Recipients:

  • Ballyphehane Togher Community Development Project, Cork
  • Blue Box Creative Learning Centre, Limerick
  • Bridgetown National School, Co Clare
  • Bruff Underage Girls Rugby
  • Concern
  • Corbally United
  • Engage in Education (L.C.B.E.I.)
  • FeohanaghCastlemahon GAA
  • Geraldines AFC
  • Heart House, The Mater Foundation SADS (Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome)
  • Irish Cancer Society Night Nursing Services
  • Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind
  • Irish Kidney Association
  • Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association
  • Killeedy Camogie Club
  • Killinure National School, Boher
  • KilteelyDromkeen GAA Club
  • Limerick Animal Welfare
  • Limerick Autism Group
  • Limerick Boat Club
  • Limerick Combat Gym
  • Limerick Dementia Social Club
  • Limerick Gospel Choir
  • Monaleen National School
  • Northside Family Resource Centre
  • Project 2019 (Lyme Disease)
  • Scoil Mhuire Lourdes National School STEM Academy, Cork
  • St Joseph’s 5th/ 10th Scout Group
  • St Paul’s National School
  • The Haven (Cork Christian Trust)

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.