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Kirby Brings Festive Support for Charities Once More

Irish engineering firm has announced its Christmas donations programme Kirby Group Engineering has announced details of its Christmas donation programme for 2023, which will see €130,000 in funds directed to charities in Ireland and abroad. Staff at the Limerick-headquartered company are involved in charity campaigns all year round, but the firm makes a special effort […]

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Kirby team takes part in Focus Ireland ‘Shine a Light’ event

The sleep-out was a huge success as Kirby employees from across the business got their sleeping bags laid out outside last Friday night and raised almost €34,000 for homeless services throughout the country. The participants donned many layers to keep out the cold as temperatures dropped down to as low as 5 degrees during the

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Festive Charity Tradition Continues at Kirby in 2022

Focus Ireland, UNICEF, SVP and Cliona’s Foundation among those set to benefit. Kirby Group Engineering has donated in excess of €100,000 to charities in Ireland and abroad this Christmas. The Limerick-based electrical and mechanical engineering company has built a tradition of supporting those in need all year round, with a special focus at this time

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Kirby Way Cycle a massive success with over €430k raised

Two key charities to benefit from company’s inaugural event over 300km course. Kirby Group Engineering is delighted to announce the inaugural Kirby Way Cycle event has been a major success, raising more than €430,000 so far for great causes. A total of 176 cyclists along with 23 volunteers, drivers and support crew, took to the

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Kirby announces the launch of The Kirby Way Cycle 2022

Irish engineering firm aims to raise hundreds of thousands of euro in 300km trip. We are proud to announce the launch of The Kirby Way Cycle 2022. This staff initiative alongside our fundraising partners and in conjunction with Warriors for Humanity, is raising money for the National Breast Cancer Research Institute and Self Help Africa,

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Kirby Donates €25,000 to Acquired Brain Injury Charity in Meath

Kirby Group Engineering is making a donation to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABII), to support their work in Meath. Around 19,000 people acquire a brain injury in Ireland every year. They happen suddenly and can be caused by road traffic accidents, strokes, assaults, falls and infections such as meningitis. Because every injury is unique, each

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Kirby joins “Orchards in the Community” to plant 1,000 orchards across Ireland

Kirby Group Engineering is pleased to announce its participation in Host in Ireland’s “Orchards in the Community” initiative. Orchards play a key role in providing an early food source for struggling bees. To help protect the bees and increase pollination, Kirby is part of 52 pledgers and over 90 schools and community groups planting in

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Site Manager Ricardo Goncalves sees an opportunity to help families in need in Africa

Kirby Group Engineering is a values-driven business that takes pride in providing quality and value for its clients, delivering services across the Data Centre, Life Sciences, Industrial, Commercial, Substations and Renewables sectors. One of its core values is People, so when one of its site managers in Scotland came up with a plan to help

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Team Kirby raises €15,000 for the Irish Heart Foundation with our “Marathon in a Weekend” challenge

It’s a surprising but undeniable fact that only 1% of the population ever complete a marathon because the classic distance of 42.2 kilometres or 26.1 miles is super tough, no matter how you measure it. Yet, it’s a distance that both fascinates and challenges many runners and walkers alike, one that sticks in your mind

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Kirby backs ‘Heroes Retreat’ initiative to thank COVID-19 frontline healthcare workers

Irish company Iconic Camino, which offers retreats at some of Ireland’s most breath-taking locations, has found a special way to give back to the incredible healthcare workers who have been the true heroes of the COVID19 pandemic.  The brainchild of former Galway hurler Alan Kerins, the company is offering nominated frontline healthcare workers a free

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Kirby and PM Group team up to provide critical support to the HSE with India donation

Kirby and PM Group team up to provide critical support to the HSE with India donation

Kirby and PM Group are delighted to support the HSE’s recent donation of an oxygen generator from University College Hospital Galway (UCHG) to the Indian Health Service. After 14 long months, the fight against COVID-19 in Ireland is finally entering a more favourable stage with the successful rollout of a vaccination programme following on from

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Kirby complete three 'DIY SOS: The Big Build' projects

Kirby completes three ‘DIY SOS: The Big Build’ projects, which airs on 18th Oct at 6.30pm on RTE One

Kirby have just completed a third ‘DIY SOS: The Big Build’ Project. For this project, Kirby helped to deliver a dream home for the Guihen family in Leixlip.
Originally a BBC Format running for almost 20 years in the UK, this is the first time the show is coming to Ireland and Kirby are so excited to be a part of it.

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