Corporate Social Responsibility
Our team give their time and commitment to various charities and causes throughout the year.
Below is a snapshot of the activities we have been involved in over the years.
100K in 30 Days
We are proud to be a main sponsor of the 100K in 30 Days event annually since its launch in 2020.
The beneficiary of the fundraising in 2023 was The Marie Keating Foundation, who are one of the leading voices in Ireland for Breast Cancer prevention, awareness and support. They are committed to being there for people diagnosed with cancer, and their families at every step of this cancer journey, and their services reflect that.
Other Recent projects
Louth SPCA – Some of our team have helped out a couple of times over the last few years with the Louth SPCA, visiting the dogs to help with walking, feeding and of course playing. We also make donations of food and other supplies.
The Louth Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been in existence for over 50 years and is an affiliate of the ISPCA.
The ISPCA’s role is to prevent cruelty to animals, to promote animal welfare and to pro-actively relieve animal suffering in Ireland. The ISPCA supports the aims of similarly minded animal welfare bodies throughout the world. The ISPCA believes that animals have the right to live their lives free from needless suffering and aim to rescue, rehabilitate and responsibly rehome animals that are subjected to cruelty or neglect. They also believe that all animals have an intrinsic value entirely independent of their value or use to man and should be respected and protected accordingly.
We support that mission.
Daffodil Day is the Irish Cancer Society’s biggest fundraiser, taking place each year in March and raising millions of euro to support cancer patients and their loved ones by providing free advice and support, as well as by funding life-saving cancer research. Previously UHY FDW held our own ‘Yellow Day’ in the office to raise funds for this very worthy charity, through selling daffodils, wearing yellow as a symbol of support and a healthy eating initiative.