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Coping with the RECESSION ....TV3 SHOW

re : Coping with the RECESSION ....TV3 SHOW           reply
13/11/2009 00:31 - Money Matters
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Coping with the RECESSION ....TV3 SHOW           reply
15/09/2009 13:14 - Money Matters
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The Morning Show with Sybil and Martin, TV3
are looking for parents who are finding it difficult to cope in recession times.

Have you...
-Being made redundant
-Looking for advice on how to get a new job
-Finding it difficult to manage bills and expenses

On the show we have Think2Act (www.think2Act.org) which inspires people who have been effected by the recession to take action; to go out and do something.


To get involved email us at paultv3@gmail.com

Thanks.





Excellent fund raiser coming soon           reply
21/11/2009 14:51 - Money Matters
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Dear Principal / Secretary / Board of Management/ Parents,

We recently raised 11,200 euro for a childcare centre in Dublin during a 4 week period through a fund raising programme we are now hoping to run for schools. We need to speak to the relevant persons in the parents associations or princiapals / management of any school interested. I can be contacted at cian@powellfinancial.ie so I can explain it. This programme requires the efforts of parents as well as staff but will not cost parents or staff anything. With the right level of participation, we believe we could raise in excess of 20 thousand euro for schools in 7 -9 weeks, thanks!


Cian Powell
Senior Consultant
Powell Financial /
Meridian Consulting
Regus House
Harcourt Centre
Harcourt Place
Dublin 2.




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