On Saturday 13th October 2018, Eamon McCay, founder/Managing Director of Frylite and the Senior Management team opted to sleep out overnight in Strabane Co.Tyrone to raise both awareness and funds to tackle the issue of homelessness across Ireland.
Currently we have raised over £10,000 for a variety of charities and The Frylite Sleep Out is just one part of a huge charity initiative designed to celebrate the company’s 30 years in business.
The support and generosity of everyone in Strabane and throughout Ireland has been incredible and we want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has donated.
We are so grateful for all donations and please support us by visiting our Frylite GoFundMe Page –
The Bank of Ireland (Strabane Branch) held a coffee morning on Friday 12th October in advance of The Frylite SleepOut in Strabane to raise awareness and raise funds to tackle the issue of homelessness across Ireland.
£541.00 was raised and all proceeds of the coffee morning will go to a variety of charities including the Simon Community & DePaul.
Thank you to everyone at the Bank of Ireland and the local people of Strabane who called in to the bank and supported a great cause
Eamon McCay, founder and Managing Director of Frylite, is bravely opting to sleep out overnight in Strabane Co.Tyrone to raise both awareness and funds to tackle the issue of homelessness across Ireland.
Prompted by World Homeless Day on 10th October 2018, Eamon will spend the night of Saturday, 13th October on the streets of Strabane.
Eamon acknowledges that he is fortunate in being able to choose the temporary homelessness and understands that for others it is not a choice. Almost 10,000 people described themselves as homeless in Ireland this year. That includes men, women, couples and families. These are staggering -figures, but the most important message is that we can all help.
Eamon is working in partnership with a variety of charities including DePaul, a cross-border charity supporting some of the most marginalised individuals, couples and families experiencing homelessness. Their mission is to end homelessness and change the lives of those affected by it.
The Frylite Sleep Out is also just one part of a huge charity initiative designed to celebrate the company’s 30 years in business. Over the course of 12 months, colleagues are being encouraged to play their part in raising £30,000 to be donated to a range of nominated charities.
Eamon says “Frylite has always aimed to give back to the communities in which we live and work. Because we’re an all-Ireland business, we’ve found many ways to do this over the years and saw our 30 years in business as an even bigger opportunity to do more of the same. I personally am delighted to make this small gesture to help raise awareness of a nationwide issue.
“I would be very grateful if you can donate what you can to this most deserving of causes by visiting our Frylite GoFundMe Page – www.gofundme.com/frylite-celebrating-30years.”
Well done to all the staff at Frylite Strabane who raised a total of £588.00 at The Cricket & BBQ night held in Sion Mills Cricket Club
The team had a great night & all money raised will go towards ‘Raising £30,000 to celebrate 30 Years in Business’ for a variety of charities
Thank you all for your donations and well done
This week we are officially celebrating 30 years in business & we want to say a massive THANK YOU for all the support over the last 30 years.
We have lots of activities & fundraising events planned throughout the year & we look forward to the upcoming celebrations.
Here’s to the next 30 years.
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The Strabane Frylite team are ready to kick things off in Newtownstewart on Friday 27th April when the team will hijack the Cancer Focus shop for one day only!
Please call in and support us & make a purchase for a good cause.
To celebrate 30 years in business we will be working with a range of charities throughout 2018 to support our local communities throughout Ireland.
Well done to all the Frylite team in Strabane who raised £686.40 through a breakfast morning held on 8th February 2018 for local search and rescue group Strabane Community Rescue Service, who were involved in the search for Mrs Lesley McHugh.
Her son Damien Mc Hugh is pictured presenting the cheque to Ivan Barr treasurer of Strabane Community Rescue Service.