Friday August 7, 2020

From a juicy job to raising money for Simon

Making a move from a large company to the not-for-profit sector may not appeal to everybody, but Aidan Stacey is relishing a move he made a year ago.

28th July, 2007

Making a move from a large company to the not-for-profit sector may not appeal to everybody, but Aidan Stacey is relishing a move he made a year ago.

After six years at Tropicana, the fruit juice company, Stacey last year took on a new role as head of fundraising, communications and volunteers at the Dublin Simon Community.

The charity provides support for homeless people in the greater Dublin area.

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