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Mergon - Social Responsibility

Mergon realises that everything we do impacts not only our business, but also the environment, the communities where we work and our customers. We understand the importance of supporting our local communities and the need to invest in engineering through education.

Benefit event “Pop It” for the Irish Cancer Society Irish Cancer Society

On Wednesday, October 19, 2016, Mergon International organised a second “Pop It” event, the proceeds of which were donated to the Irish Cancer Society. We asked our vendors and local businesses to provide donations to support the Paint It Pink campaign. Participants had the opportunity to win an inflatable balloon, then having the chance of popping the balloon and wining a prize inside. The first year of our “Pop It” campaign we raised €1,800, we were hoping to do better next time. That worked when we managed to secure an impressive €3,600 for the Irish Cancer Society. The winners were able to enjoy 150 prizes in total and also support the event by purchasing delicious pastries and cakes at the bake sale. The top prize winner was Kevin Walsh, who won the main prize – a men’s bike sponsored by Coyne Cycle, Mullingar.

Once again, thanks to all the sponsors and congratulations to the winners.

International Earth Day Celebration 2016

To celebrate the International Earth Day Mergon employees in the Czech Republic participated in cleaning a black landfill in Brno. They managed to remove illegal garbage from a nearby forest. To show gratitude to all participants they were invited for dinner at a local restaurant.

The Czech team is currently finishing preparations for the event in 2017.

Participation in sports events

Promoting and participating in sporting events has been part of life in Mergon since the beginning.

Hurling, Football, Martial Arts, Basketball, Cycling and Running are just some of the sports we here at Mergon are involved with. 

 


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