Save the Date! Spring Clean for Charity In aid of Enable Ireland and Cheshire Homes

Save the Date! Spring Clean for Charity In aid of Enable Ireland and Cheshire Homes

The event encourages people from all over Cork and beyond to de-clutter their homes and offices and donate items in support of one of the biggest charity sales in the country.  Last year’s event raised over €50,000 from the individual stalls and celebrity raffle. The hugely popular fundraiser was attended by well-known Cork personalities including Roy Keane, who was on hand to help bargain hunters rummage through the treasure trove of bric-a-brac, trinkets and fashion that were generously donated.

Norma stated “Cork was a phenomenal success last year and it was so rewarding to see so many people come out and support the event, by staffing stalls, donating items and generally joining in on the fun of a very special day.  The location was perfect and we look forward to an even bigger and better event this year, now that everyone in Cork knows what the event is all about.”

More details of the event will be announced in the coming weeks.  Anyone wishing to use the opportunity to de-clutter their home or office and support very worthy Cork charities are invited to take a stall, free of charge or donate items to us with all proceeds from “Spring Clean for Charity” going to the nominated charities. All money raised on the day, stays in the local Community to help those in need.

For further information on “Spring Clean for Charity” or to book your stall, visit.

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