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Allstate help Raise £50k across Ulster for The Special Olympics

Allstate employees were out in force across the 3 offices on Friday 26th April for The Special Olympics annual Collection Day to raise vital funds to support the sports charity's work in the Ulster region. The fundraising drive was part of the wider Special Olympics Ireland Annual Collection Day, which saw thousands of volunteers take to streets of towns and cities across Ireland to raise money for Special Olympics.

The aim of the Collection Day was to raise funds to support the programme of sports training and competition opportunities offered by Special Olympics across Ulster. A total of 145 Allstate NI employees took to the streets across the 3 locations and helped towards raising a total of £50,000 across Ulster. A huge thank you to all of those who volunteered their time and efforts to this worthy cause!

Allstate Northern Ireland's employees collect funds to help Special Olympics

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