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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Bendooragh community helping their elderly and veunrable
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Like many groups, Bendooragh and District Community Association have have been helping support their local elderly and vulnerable during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Having received support from the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland to the sum of £1,369, the association’s was able to supply 45 residents in the local community with a £25 food voucher and a bag of potatoes.

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Davy Taylor and Gary Blair, volunteers and members of Bendooragh and District Community Association, helped make the delivers earlier this week.

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Speaking with thanks about the support given to help these residents, Davy & Gary said:

“The Community Association would like to thank the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland (CFNI) for the grant of £1360 and R McLester Family Butchers, Ballymoney for generously supplying the orders.

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“Also thanks to O’Haras True Blues LOL 804 for their partnership and help in alleviating hardship in the community.”

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