Cari Coffee Morning held as part of the 95 Stop Tour for Kids

Cari Coffee Morning

Pictured at the Limerick’s Live 95 FM, 95 Stop Tour Cari Coffee Morning at Cari HQ on Ennis Road is Annemarie Geraghty, Limerick Today producer for Limerick’s Live 95 FM, Mary Madden, Cari, and Joe Nash, Limerick Today Presenter for Limerick’s Live 95 FM. Picture: Maxine Bramley/ ilovelimerick.

Cari Coffee Morning held as part of the 95 Stop Tour for Kids

By I Love Limerick correspondent Maxine Bramley

Cari Coffee Morning was held at Cari House on Ennis Road, Limerick, yesterday, on Wednesday, September 27, as part of Limerick’s Live 95 FM 95 Stop Tour for kids.

Limerick’s Live 95 FM presenter Joe Nash was there to broadcast Limerick Today live at the coffee morning and the Cari Foundation hosted an open house welcoming and serving tea, coffee and cakes to all who came to support.

Cari Coffee Morning

There was a big crowd of supporters at the 95 Stop Tour Cari Coffee Morning at Cari House this yesterday morning. Picture: Maxine Bramley/ ilovelimerick.

Limerick’s Live 95 FM 95 stop tour is an annual fundraising drive to raise funds for Limerick children in need and this year’s three beneficiaries are the Cari Foundation, helping children who have been victims of sexual abuse, The Children’s Ark Unit at University Hospital Limerick, and the Limerick Neo Natal Fund. Mary Madden, Cari Foundation said, “I want to take this opportunity to thank you all so much for helping us and supporting us each year at the Limericks Live 95 FM 95 Stop Tour for Limerick Kids. This fundraising means so much to us as it literally helps to keep our doors open. We only get limited government funding and this fundraising that we receive, it helps us to continue with our services.”

 Mary Madden, Cari Foundation said: “I want to take this opportunity to thank you all so much for helping us and supporting us each year at the Limericks Live 95 FM 95 Stop Tour for Limerick Kids. This fundraising means so much to us as it literally helps to keep our doors open. We only get limited government funding and this fundraising that we receive, it helps us to continue with our services.”

The Cari foundation provides counselling and therapy services for children and families affected by child sexual abuse.

“Today is also Welly Wednesday and I want to thank all the children of Limerick who are filling those wellies in every school. We’re so appreciative that little children help other little children who are less fortunate,” Mary Madden added.

Cari Coffee Morning

At the 95 Stop Tour coffee morning at Cari HQ were Kevin McNamara, who did a live performance that morning, Helen Coote, Ken Rennison, Limerick Leprechauns and Mary Madden, Cari. Picture: Maxine Bramley/ ilovelimerick.

Many generous Donations were made at the Cari Coffee Morning by attending supporters and supporting business to help limerick kids.

Joe Nash, Limerick’s Live 95 FM presenter of Limerick Today said at the coffee morning: “Cari have been long-term partners with the 95FM stop Tour for Limerick kids along with the Children’s Ark Unit and the Neo-Natal Fund. We’ve had a great time here this morning. It’s day three, a really important day for us of the tour. And so far we’re very happy with how it’s going. People have been really generous. Our listeners and wider limerick public are amazing when it comes to raising for  a very good cause.”

Joe Nash also encourages everyone to donate at LimericksLive95FM.ie or to donate to one of the buckets out the for the 95 Stop Tour. People can also take part in the many more 95 Stop Tour events to come in the coming days and weeks.

To find out more about the Cari Foundation click here

To read our previous stories on Cari click here

To find out more about the 95 Stop Tour click here   

 

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