AS part of their innovative new campaign called ‘Help Us To Help Others’ staff, customers and community of Kavanagh’s SuperValu Mayo alike will take to the greenway, Westport, on Sunday, July 1, at 2 p.m. for a 5k fun run/walk in aid of the Mayo Roscommon Hospice.
Mayo GAA captain, and community development officer of Mayo Roscommon Hospice, Andy Moran, was delighted to assist the Kavanagh’s SuperValu team launch the Sunflower Sunday 5km fun run/walk on the Westport greenway and will be coming along to join the team on July 1.
John Page, manager of Kavanagh’s SuperValu, Castlebar, extends a warm welcome to everyone who would like to dress up in yellow or in the sunflower theme, the signature symbol of the hospice, to run, jog or walk.
He said: “Bring your family and friends and register now for the 5k fun run/walk in any of our four Mayo stores and come along to the first of many novel fundraising events in aid of a very worthy cause. Registration costs €10 and all proceeds go to the Mayo Roscommon Hospice.”
The ‘Help Us To Help Others’ campaign launched on April 27 will see members of staff from the four Kavanagh’s SuperValu Mayo stores - Castlebar, Claremorris, Kiltimagh and O’Connors Westport - pushing themselves to the limits, undertaking a series of novel fundraising events engaging their customers and communities along the way in their quest to raise €30,000 for Mayo Roscommon Hospice.
Simultaneously, each time a customer swipes their real rewards card in any of the four SuperValu stores the Kavanagh Group will make a donation to Mayo Roscommon Hospice from now until October 2012.