Keylite Roof Windows (Keylite) is challenging its Irish merchant partners and friends to #KickItWithKeylite, in the name of raising money for the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice and Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin.
The challenge is simple. Participants have to record themselves kicking, throwing, putting or batting a ball through a Keylite Roof Window – which means no matter the chosen sport, anyone can #KickItWithKeylite!
Once the challenge is complete, individuals nominate three friends to get involved and make a donation through Keylite’s JustGiving pages for the charities.
Merchants can join the likes of GAA all-star Cathal McShane, presenter Adrian Logan, and Rugby Union star Tommy Bowe in taking part in the challenge, and share their attempt on social media, along with the hashtag #KickItWithKeylite.
Passionate about raising as much money as possible for two brilliant causes, Keylite has pledged £5,000 to both charities and encourages anyone that watches the challenges to get involved and lend their support by donating.
Children’s Health Foundation is a new unified children’s healthcare charity, which exists to raise funds to support the vital, life-saving work that takes place every minute of every day in Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) hospitals and urgent care centres.
The Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice works both in the community and in their buildings to provide high quality, person-centred, holistic palliative care. Offering care and support for infants, children and adults who are adjusting to living with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions, up to their passing and into family bereavement support.
Cathal McShane, GAA player and Specification Executive at Keylite, commented: “The Keylite team and I are so excited to be kicking off this initiative! These are two fantastic charities that do amazing work across Ireland, so to be able to support them in fundraising – and in such a fun way – is an absolute pleasure.
“We can’t wait to see all the videos we get in through #KickItWithKeylite – we hope to see all Irish merchants, small and large, getting involved!”