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Ryanair launch 'Great Christmas Giveaway' in aid of ISPCC Childline

20
Nov, 2017
Ryanair, Ireland’s No 1 airline, today launched the 'Great Christmas Giveaway' competition and fundraiser in aid of ISPCC Childline, its 2017 charity partner.
All Ryanair customers are invited to donate to ISPCC Childline between 20 November and 11 December, and all participants will be entered into a draw to win fantastic prizes, including a family holiday, flight vouchers and luxury hampers, courtesy of Ryanair.
To enter, simply text “RYANAIR” to 50300 to donate €4 to ISPCC Childline and be entered into the draw, which will be made just in time for Christmas.
Childline is the only 24-hour listening service which seeks to support and empower children and young people in Ireland. Almost 85 per cent of funding is raised through corporate and individual donations, and Ryanair has been proud to be a corporate supporter over the last 2 years.
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said:
“Ryanair is proud to have partnered with ISPCC Childline again this year. We are launching the “Great Christmas Giveaway” to encourage people to donate to ISPCC Childline, and help support the invaluable work they do to help children. All those who do will also have a chance to win some fantastic prizes for themselves and their families in the run up to Christmas.
This text to donate campaign will run until 11 December, and we encourage all our customers to support this wonderful charity, and give themselves a chance of winning some fantastic prizes, by texting RYANAIR to 50300 today.”
ISPCC Chief Executive Grainia Long said:
The ISPCC is delighted that Ryanair have decided to support Childline through their family holiday competition. This is the second year that Ryanair have chosen ISPCC Childline as their charity partner and we are very grateful to the incredible team for all of their hard work and ongoing support. This partnership raises vital funds and awareness for Ireland’s only 24-hour listening service for children and young people.”