Winners of ThermoFisher Scientific €40,000 grant announced

ThermoFisher Scientific has announced the recipients of it’s €40,000 Community Partnership Grant, with charities and community groups in Cork’s Lower Harbour and beyond sharing the fund.

Now in its third year, among the deserving local groups are Irish Community Air Ambulance, Down Syndrome Centre Cork, and UCC’s WiSTEM Society.

Part of the company’s Making a Difference initiative, Thermo Fisher opened the €40,000 fund to local groups who make their communities healthier, cleaner, and safer.

Speaking on the announcement, Caroline Barry, Operational Excellence Lead at Thermo Fisher’s campus in Currabinny said:

“For the third year running, we have been blown away by the generosity, passion and strong sense of community in the Lower Harbour, and we are proud to support them through this funding.

This year’s inspiring recipients for our €40,000 Community Partnership Grant share our mission to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. From Tidy Towns groups keeping their local areas clean to charities and groups providing vital services to enhance the health and well-being across all sectors of society, we are heartened by the knowledge that this year’s grant will be put to use by a myriad of worthy, inspiring causes.”


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