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Allstate Northern Ireland joins over 340 business volunteers on 'Be a Saint' day 2014

On Friday 14 March, Allstate Northern Ireland joined over 340 business volunteers from 19 companies across Northern Ireland to take part in Business in the Community's and Volunteer Now's 'Be A Saint' volunteering week 2014.

 Allstate Northern Ireland employees voluntered at the Cedar Foundation in Carrickfergus.

17 volunteers from Allstate Northern Ireland were out across four locations helping local charities and communities improve their premises. Our employees took on practical challenges at Minnowburn National Trust in Belfast, Presbyterian Church of Ireland in Derry, Castleward in County Down and the Cedar Foundation in Carrickfergus (pictured).

Hilary Hanberry, Employee Volunteering Manager for Business in the Community says:

"This was an incredible day of co-ordinated voluntary action and I firmly believe today's initiative will leave a lasting impact. The dedication and commitment from all of the organisations taking part and the volunteers is truly impressive."

Thank you to all our volunteers for participating and dedicating your time to such a worthy cause.

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