Irish business leaders rely on personal experience in support of the charity

  • Irish business leaders rely on personal experience in support of the charity
    Independent.t. E.
    Two Irish leaders, a leading international financial services company is not based on personal experience to promote corporate social responsibility as they expand their operations.
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Two Irish leaders, a leading international financial services company is not based on personal experience to promote corporate social responsibility as they expand their operations.

CEO of fun and relaxation Michael Doherty and Director of the group companies operations, Senan McGonigle, have years of experience with non-profit organizations. Both men have children, wheelchair users, and Senan was previously a co-founder of the Association of Irish wheelchair electric Football, sports for people with disabilities whose only ability to use a powered wheelchair.

“From my personal and professional experience to benefit society benefits everyone, including the company,” Mr. McGonigle said. “Building trust and developing strategic partnerships in the communities where we operate is essential to ensure long-term sustainability, promotes employee loyalty and helps to attract new talent, making a positive impact on society.”

A group of travelers has offices in nine countries in Europe and Asia, and is on the cusp of further significant growth as it looks to expand its influence in Latin America and the middle East.

In Cyprus, fun and relaxation plays a leading role in charisma, innovative charity that provides art services ‘charismatic people with special needs. Non-profit charitable organization established in 2016, allows children and adults with special needs to develop and display their talents and give them confidence to emerge from the shadows of social exclusion.

Michael Doherty said, “almost all of us love to help others, but in our work and daily life, we never had the opportunity to do so. Through our relationship with charisma we enable our clients and employees are aware of the charity and the invaluable work that it does, and how they can help, if so inclined.”

One of the purposes of charisma-to develop elderly units with support to enable people with disabilities to live independently with their families, although with the necessary support. Where this is not fully possible, these centres allow much-needed respite breaks for families of disabled people to spend some time together.

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