Blanchardstown Centre is inviting customers to a family fun weekend in aid of local charity Home-Start.
Home-Start is a respite creche located only minutes away from the Centre in Blakestown. Homes-start has been supporting local families in the Dublin 15 area for over 30 years and the team at Blanchardstown Centre want to raise money to help improve their facilities on -site with new outdoor play areas, a sensory garden and more. This event will be a heartwarming celebration of the local community and the wonderful work of the staff, volunteers, parents and children at Home-Start respite creche.
Blanchardstown Centre will be buzzing with an unmissable weekend that will have customers dancing and singing and there will be lots of opportunities to join the fun at our Dance-A-Thons taking place on level 2! Meet and greet characters from your favourite movies will be roving the Centre and there will be live performances on every mall. And the team from 98fm will be here too with lots of goodies! Blanchardstown Centre also have over €1,000 worth of raffle prizes up for grabs, you can purchase a raffle ticket here and all funds raised from the raffle will go directly to Home-Start Blanchardstown.
“Blanchardstown Centre is the heart of the local community. Our aim for our Blanch-A-Thon weekend is to support a local and very worthy cause just minutes away from us here at the Centre. We want to make a difference to the facilities at Home-Start in Blakestown, utilised by hundreds of families across the Dublin 15 area. Our goal is to build a sensory garden and a brand new outdoor play area for the children at Home-Start respite creche” said Ciara Curtis, Marketing Manager at Blanchardstown Centre.For more information, visit www.blanchardstowncentre.ie
The Management teams at Blanchardstown will be taking part in a cycle-a-thon too so make sure you pop down to show your support.
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