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ISPCC Childline and Printerinks.ie announce a wealth of fun for children this summer

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Jun, 2018
ISPCC Childline is this summer advising all parents and children about the wealth of opportunities for fun and discovery being offered online by charity partner Printerinks.ie.
 
A dedicated page at Printerinks.ie/ispcc, featuring fun character Carter, includes a range of games and activities to entertain children over the summer holidays. A maze game, word search, catch game, and colouring page can all be downloaded and printed to enjoy at home or on-the-go and in all weathers.
 
Printerinks.ie is also offering exciting monthly competitions for young artists and their families with giveaways of prizes including premium cinema tickets, toy store vouchers and more.
 
Printerinks.ie, the online printer ink and toner retailer, has partnered with ISPCC Childline to help to keep the service listening to children throughout 2018 and beyond. The business is donating €1 to the cause from the sale of every printer cartridge purchased at printerinks.ie.
 
Childline provides a free, anonymous and confidential listening service to children and young people in Ireland. Over 380,000 contacts are answered by Childline each year, from children and young people who seek a listening ear and often feel they have nowhere else to turn.
 
Gill Waters, ISPCC Director of Fundraising, said: “The great range of resources available online at printerinks.ie/ispcc will be sure to entertain children over the summer holidays. ISPCC Childline is delighted to be in partnership with Printerinks.ie. The donation received from each cartridge purchased helps to keep our Childline service listening to children 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.”
 
Michael McKeon, Managing Director, Printerinks.ie, said: “Printerinks.ie is delighted to be associated with the ISPCC and encourage all to support this hugely important organisation.”