In a community-driven initiative, Kemek has recently purchased apple trees for Cappagh GAA, showcasing a commitment to both environmental sustainability and local engagement.
Leading this thoughtful gesture is Dennis Byrne, Kemek’s SHEQ Manager and a strong advocate for community involvement. Adding a personal touch to the donation, Clodagh Kennedy, a dedicated Kemek employee and proud Cappagh GAA member, joined Dennis in presenting the apple trees to the football club, emphasizing the close ties between Kemek and the local community.
The accompanying pictures capture the moment as Dennis and Clodagh hand over the apple trees to Cappagh GAA’s leadership, including Karen Kenna, the Chairperson, and Carol O’ Rourke, the Club Treasurer.
Karen Kenna expressed gratitude for Kemek’s contribution, noting the positive impact on the club’s grounds and commitment to sustainability.
This collaborative effort underscores the mutual benefits of businesses engaging with and contributing to local communities. As the apple trees take root, so does the spirit of cooperation, ensuring a brighter and more sustainable future for all through Kemek’s community-driven approach.