ViClarity Launch 2021 Charity Campaign In Aid Of Comfort For Chemo

December 2, 2021

On December 2nd, we were delighted to launch our 2021 annual charity event in aid of Comfort For Chemo. This year the ViClarity team decided to fundraise for Comfort For Chemo to support their very important mission to build a purpose built, standalone chemotherapy facility which will allow sufficient space to treat patients with dignity and respect. 

The charity have a very specific goal to raise €5 million to build and equip a state of the art, purpose built chemotherapy unit for the people of Kerry.

This year, our charity event is running under the name of "ViClarity4Charity" and will see the ViClarity team taking part in four challenges throughout the month of December. The events include a walking/running challenge, office Olympics, a baking challenge and finally a shocking shirt/Christmas jumper day at the ViClarity offices.

Donate Today

Our donation page is now open on iDonate.ie and can be found here. All funds raised through the platform will go directly to Comfort For Chemo. 

Follow Our Journey

Throughout the month of December, we will be posting updates from our events on ViClarity Europe's social media accounts on LinkedIn and Twitter. Follow our pages to stay up to date with our journey. 

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