• Mallon Technology Colleagues Sky Dive for Charity

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 25th Aug 2016

    Last month, two of our colleagues, Claire Redmond and Kieran Hyland jumped head first out of a plane as part of their efforts to raise money for a charity close to their hearts, Midland's Simon Community. Kieran describes his experiences of the day: "Big Vinny; The man tasked with taking my life into his hands suited me up and strapped me into the harness and there wasn't much more instruction after that, to which I was worried about.

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  • Cookstown Team Host Charity Bake Sale & Coffee Morning

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 1st Aug 2016

    Last Friday, our colleagues from Mallon Technology and Azimap in the Cookstown office, hosted a charity bake sale and coffee morning in an effort to raise funds for the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children. This was an event which saw the whole office come together across different departments to help produce a huge selection of baked goods and treats for sale. On offer was everything from cupcakes, fudge, tarts, muffins, fifteen

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  • Mallon Technology Staff go to 'Hell & Back' for Charity

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 25th Jul 2016

    Back in June, 3 of our colleagues, Gerard Rudden, Jennifer O'Conner and Tracey Connolly, went to ' Hell & Back' in an effort to raise money for a charity close to their hearts, Lily's Dog Rescue. The trio pushed their bodies to the limit to take on the Hell & Back obstacle course run, known as Ireland's toughest mental & physical endurance challenge. Taking place in the grounds of Killruddery Estate, Co Wicklow, competitors had to c

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  • Cookstown Team Raise Funds for MapAction

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 5th Jul 2016

    As part of our Charity Challenge this year, staff in our Cookstown office have been holding a monthly Casual Friday event in an effort to raise funds for our nominated charity MapAction. Taking place on the last Friday of every month, staff in the office have generously paid to wear their own casual clothes in to work. The event which started in October has been very well supported by staff throughout the Cookstown Office and has helped

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  • Great Irish Bake Sale 2016

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 10th May 2016

    Once again, Mallon Technology staff in Dublin worked together to organise the annual Great Irish Bake in aid of Temple Street Children's Hospital. The hospital's one important goal is to help save the lives of critically ill children in Ireland now and for generations to come. There were more delicious goodies and treats for sale this year, including scones, lemon cupcakes, butterfly buns, chocolate biscuit cake, cookies and fudge. In a

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  • Decembeard Fundraising

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 6th Jan 2016

    Over the course of December our colleague Ian Hand really got into the festive spirit by attempting his best Santa Claus impersonation, by growing a beard as part of the Decembeard fundraising campaign. The Decembeard campaign is an annual event which encourages men across Ireland to grow a beard during the month of December to help raise funds for the Men's Cancer Alliance. The aim of the Men's Cancer Alliance is to create awarene

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  • Mo Chara Animal Rescue Fundraising

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 23rd Dec 2015

    With 2015 drawing to a close, many are looking forward to the New Year ahead and are starting to plan all their activities, holidays and events for 2016 and with this in mind, Caroline Keily from our Portlaoise team has been selling calendars to raise funds for the Mo Chara Animal Rescue. Based in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Mo Chara Animal Rescue exists to improve the welfare of all Irish animals and particularly those that are abused neg

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  • Christmas Jumper Day 2015

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 21st Dec 2015

    With Christmas just around the corner, the staff at Mallon Technology got into the Festive Spirit by taking part in Christmas Jumper Day 2015. Christmas Jumper Day is an annual fundraising campaign organised by Save the Children. The campaign encourages everyone to have some festive fun by dressing up in their Christmas Jumpers all day at work or at school, to raise money for a very worthwhile cause. Save the Children work around the

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  • Portlaoise Team Take on Bubble Football Challenge

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 22nd Oct 2015

    With fundraising activities in full swing for the company's 20/20 Charity Challenge, the Portlaoise team decided to get in on the action by organising a game of Bubble Football, in aid of MapAction. Bubble Football is played just as traditional football but with the addition of each player wearing a giant inflatable bubble or zorb over the top half of their bodies. The inclusion of the bubble is an intriguing and exciting twist on

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