Peter Mark salons in Louth are joining forces with the ISPCC to raise funds for Ireland’s most vulnerable children
Following on from their amazing 2011 fundraising success, the Peter Mark team are once again grabbing their ghd’s, plugging in their hairdryers and manning their styling stations in a bid to raise much needed funds for Ireland’s most vulnerable children.
The Petermarkathon fundraiser takes place from November 1st to 4th in Peter Mark salons throughout the country and this year, all money raised will go to support the work of the ISPCC.
Peter Mark Marshes Shopping Centre Dundalk will be holding a fancy dress day, cake sale, sponsored walk and even a geek day.
To add to the festivities, there will also be ISPCC scratch cards on sale in salon giving clients the chance to win ghd’s, hairdryers or Peter Mark gift cards - perfect Christmas gifts or just a great treat.
On Saturday, November 3, there will be a fancy dress day and a bake sale taking place in the Peter Marks salon in the Marshes Shopping Centre.
The following day, Sunday, November 4, there will be a sponsored walk in the shopping centre and all are welcome.
Speaking about the initiative, Lloyd Byrne Director of Fundraising for the ISPCC said,
“It’s great to have a company like Peter Mark, with their national network of salons, get behind the work of the ISPCC.
“All money raised will go directly to helping us help children throughout the country who are in desperate need of our services”.
Peter O’Rourke, CEO, Peter Mark said,
“We are always amazed at how supportive both our clients and our staff are when it comes to initiatives like this.
The work of the ISPCC can be life-changing for some children and we would encourage as many people to get involved in this year’s Petermarkathon fundraiser as possible”.
To see your nearest salon or to find out more, see www.petermark.ie or follow them on www.facebook.com/petermark
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