Irish charity, The Care Trust, is partnering with Renault Ireland to give away 36 new Renault Clios as part of a major fundraising initiative that will see three prize draws per month take place. The Care Trust is a non-profit organisation and registered charity that works to raise funds for the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC), Rehab and the Mater University Hospital, and has been doing so since 1974. Last year it provided €2.15 million to the three facilities.
Each month, The Care Trust will run three prize draws with each one giving away a new Renault Clio as the top prize. Funds from these prize draws go back to help ensure that thousands of children and adults with physical, intellectual and medical disabilities, and those who are socially disadvantaged or in need of medical care, can have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. Speaking at the announcement, Renault Ireland's Conor Dixon, said: "We're delighted to partner with The Care Trust, which does such fantastic work through its beneficiaries at the CRC, Rehab and the Mater Hospital. We wish all 36 lucky winners safe and happy driving in their All-New Renault Clios!"
Senan Mullens, Chief Executive of The Care Trust, said: "We are very grateful to Renault Ireland for their tremendous support and goodwill and we are looking forward to a great partnership which will offer our contributors the chance, well 36 chances this year in fact, to win an All-New Renault Clio, along with cash prizes in every draw. The Care Trust has been fundraising since 1974, thanks to our generous and loyal contributors, from all over the country, who make a huge difference to the lives of children and adults in Ireland who depend on the fantastic services provided by CRC, Rehab and the Mater University Hospital."
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