VisionID Spread Christmas Cheer to SVP and C-SAW
On the 14th of December, festive cheer was spread throughout the VisionID office. Members of the VisionID team took part in a number of seasonal activities to support two local charities.
For the first few weeks of December, the VisionID Christmas tree was decorated with tags received from SVP (Society of St. Vincent de Paul). These tags were part of SVP’s Giving Tree appeal, each tag lists a person and age group. Each staff member from VisionID picked a tag from the tree and then purchased a gift to match the person's description. The unwrapped gifts were then left under the Christmas tree at VisionID before being sent to the SVP regional office, where the gifts will then be distributed to families in south Tipperary in time for Christmas.
VisionID also held a company Christmas Jumper Day to raise much-needed funds for local Clonmel charity C-SAW. C-SAW (Community Suicide Awareness Workers) aims to establish a service to help reduce the number of suicides in South Tipperary and surrounding areas.
In support of C-Saw, members of the VisionID team made a donation in order to take part in the Best Dressed and Best Christmas Jumper Competitions. The competition saw the staff of VisionID pull out all the stops and wore their most festive attire in a bid to be dubbed “the best dressed”.
The Best Dressed prize went to Sarah O’ Connell, from the Marketing department. Whilst the Best Christmas Jumper went to Niamh Loughman, Internal Sales Account Manager.
VisionID were delighted to support two local and worthy charities. We would like to wish all of our customers, and everyone in the community a very safe and happy Christmas.