Limerick based company, Rahi Systems host Festive Afternoon in aid of Cliona’s Foundation

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Phil Deegan from Clionas Foundation, Emer Tuttle, Aoife O’Rourke and Marcus Doran from Rahi Systems, Earl Murtagh-Naughton and Shane Hartigan from Integrated Media Solutions.
 
The limerick-based company, Rahi Systems host Festive Afternoon in aid of Cliona’s Foundation
 
Limerick-based Global IT Solutions Provider, Rahi Systems opened their doors to the Limerick community to enjoy a very merry afternoon filled with festive delights and a joyous atmosphere. 

As Christmas is a time for giving, the event was not only for the Limerick community to relish in festive treats but was held in aid of the very worthy, Clionas Foundation. The Limerick-based foundation has made a substantial difference in Irish society by providing financial assistance to families with critically and terminally ill children.

Since its launch, Cliona’s Foundation has raised in excess of €1.7 million and has helped more than 700 families across 31 Counties. Cliona’s Foundation relies 100% on income raised through a range of activities including events & fundraising, corporate donations, philanthropy & private donations and partnerships with other charities.

Terry Ring, from Clionas Foundation, said; “It is fantastic that a company like this wants to help us help others. It makes such a difference, so thank you to Rahi Systems for wanting to make that difference.”

The Global company opened its Limerick office in Raheen Business Park in 2016.

Marcus Doran, General Manager in Europe and native Limerick man has said; “Rahi Systems are delighted to not only hold this event but to add our own donation to this important foundation on behalf of the company. It’s wonderful that we can help make a difference for important causes like this. Christmas is forgiving and appreciating and we are honored as a company to be a part of that.”

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