Supermarket billionaire’s charity donates €500k to those hardest hit by Covid-19
The Albert Gubay Foundation has given funds to Irish organisations who are providing food and financial support to the disadvantaged during pandemic
A charity founded by a British billionaire has donated €500,000 to pay for food for people worst affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in Ireland.
The late Albert Gubay set up a British chain of grocery shops called Kwik-Save and a gym chain called Total Fitness. He also once operated a chain of Three Guys supermarkets here, as well as owning gyms and Irish property.
He set up a charitable foundation to fulfil a pact he...
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