Local Businesses “Making a Difference” in Lurgan!
Many ways to help!
Corporate Advertising – Your company logo on the exterior of our building facing the Tesco car park, 1000′s of people viewing your advertisement daily!
Business Sponsorship – We offer a business membership plan from Diamond (£1000) down to Pewter (£25). Each plan offers a range of company benefits.
We are celebrating 30 yrs of service so why not let your business make a social difference in Lurgan by standing with us to help young people and families reach their full potential. Talk to us today about how you can help or donate.
Also help us run events by donating produce to our events. E.g. Christmas time, we offer young people a full traditional Christmas dinner as many would not have this at home. This is only possible because local businesses donate the food.
Lurgan YMCA want to thank the following businesses for their support over this year, we are proud to have you stand with us to make a difference in the town. Together we make Lurgan a better place to live..
Lurgan YMCA would like to thanks the Norman Emerson Group for the continued financial and practical support over the past 30 years. They have been a corner stone to the YMCA from its concept.
Norman Emerson Group:
The business has over sixty years experience in the extractive, quarrying and construction material market sector with core competencies in the manufacture, wholesale and supply of aggregates.
Lurgan YMCA for like to thanks Robert Wilson for the ongoing financial and practical support to Lurgan YMCA over the past 30 years
The Robert Wilson Estate Agency Group has quickly grown to become one of Northern Ireland’s premier estate agents, with its head office based in Moira, Co Down.
Lurgan YMCA would like to thank Irwin’s Bakery for the many time they have provided bread for our youth BBQs, camps and events.
W.D. Irwin and his wife Ruth opened for business in a small bakery in Portadown, Co Armagh. The exact date of opening of Irwin’s Bakery is unknown. However, the year 1912 was chosen due to the discovery of a paper trail in the oldest original building before the bakery moved site.
W. D. Irwin’s wife, Ruth Irwin (nee Palmer) and her sister baked fresh bread for the people of Portadown and the demand for freshly baked bread soon increased.
Lurgan YMCA wants to thank Daly Park & Company Ltd for their Diamond Membership donation (£1000).
At Daly Park & Company Limited, we have been providing a comprehensive accounting and business advisory service to our clients for over 30 years.
The directors and support team take pride in maintaining and continuously improving the level of service which our clients deserve in an increasingly challenging business environment. This year we are glad to be a diamond member of Lurgan YMCA and standing beside them making a social difference to many young people and their families.
Lurgan YMCA wants to thank Campbell & Haughey Solicitors Ltd for their Platinum Membership donation of £500.
Martin Campbell and Paul Haughey commenced practice on the 28th May 1978 in premises at 49 William Street, Lurgan. The practice decided at an early stage that the firm would concentrate their services on commercial/domestic conveyancing, probate, litigation, criminal and family law. They have served the community for 38 years and are glad to support Lurgan YMCA over the next year to make a social difference to local young people and families.
Lurgan YMCA would like to thank Wee Paddy’s Bistro for providing meats for Christmas dinner for the young members at Lurgan YMCA.
Serving local people quality food, good food is always at the heart of a family or community event, glad to support Lurgan YMCA.
Lurgan YMCA would like to thank High Street Harvest for providing vegetable for Christmas dinner for the young members at Lurgan YMCA.
A pride in providing fresh produce to the community of Lurgan. Good vegetables are at the heart of a good festive meal, Glad to support the Lurgan YMCA.