Author: Age NI
Published on 12 October 2011 03:00 PM
Johnsons Coffee is supporting Age NI’s Spread the Warmth campaign this year with free coffee for fundraisers!
Johnsons Coffee, Northern Ireland’s leading Coffee Roasters want to inspire people to organise a fundraising Coffee Morning to help Age NI Spread the Warmth and make winter better for older people. Slemish Bakery is also supporting the campaign, offering a Slemish Bakery Hamper to the first 30 people to register their Coffee Morning before 14 November 2011.
Anne O’Reilly, Age NI Chief Executive stated, ‘A Coffee Morning is a great way to Spread the Warmth and raise funds for Age NI. We are delighted to have the support of local businesses, Johnsons Coffee and Slemish Bakery. To receive free Johnsons Coffee for your event, register today at www.ageni.org/coffeemorning
'With the support of people in Northern Ireland, Age NI can continue to support the many older people for whom winter is a major struggle. Find out more at www.ageni.org/spreadthewarmth
Philip Mills, Group Sales Director, Johnson Brothers said,
‘Winter brings many difficulties for us all, but for older people it brings added pressures. Johnsons Coffee is delighted to support these coffee mornings throughout Northern Ireland, which will help raise much needed funds to help Age NI in their Spread the Warmth campaign and we would encourage everyone to become involved.’
Glynis Harkness, Slemish Bakery concluded, ‘We are thrilled to be supporting the Spread the Warmth campaign and would encourage people to get involved today. We are all responsible for ensuring that older people in our communities are looked after, particularly during the winter months.’