Daybreak stores in Tipperary to host coffee mornings in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation

Daybreak stores in Tipperary will host a special coffee morning on Friday 16th September in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation.  The events will run from the time each store opens until 12:30pm. On the day customers will be asked to make a small donation in return for a cup of tea or coffee with all proceeds going to the Irish Heart Foundation.


Daybreak, Ireland’s fastest growing convenience group, announced the Irish Heart Foundation as its official Charity of the Year for 2016 earlier in the year.  The Irish Heart Foundation is the national charity fighting heart disease and stroke and is 92 per cent funded by public donations.


The following stores in Tipperary will be hosting a coffee morning


Daybreak Fethard
Daybreak Ballingarry
Daybreak Clerihan
Daybreak Crescent Clonmel
Daybreak Nenagh
Daybreak Cashel
Daybreak Ballycommon
Daybreak Newport





As part of this year-long initiative, Daybreak is working with the charity to raise much-needed funds for the Foundation’s invaluable work across the country. In Ireland more people now die from heart-related illnesses than any other cause of death. Every hour a child or adult dies from heart disease or stroke in Ireland. According to the World Health Organisation, heart disease will become the leading cause of death and disability worldwide by 2020.


Speaking about the initiative, Musgrave MarketPlace Head of Retail Sales Paul Ryan said:


“We have been working with the Irish Heart Foundation since the beginning of the year and are committed to raising as much money as possible for this worthwhile charity. We would encourage all our customers in Tipperary to come out and support their local store and donate Friday 16th September. We believe that all funds raised will make a strong impact on families affected by heart illnesses.”


Daybreak currently has 200 stores nationwide. All stores are independently owned by local retailers, ensuring that each outlet can respond to the everyday needs of its local community.


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