Aon staff volunteer in Dublin community project

5th July, 2015
Aon staff volunteer in Dublin community project
Declan Robinson, Jennifer Mulready, Katalin Szaller, Kevin Hughes and Claire Fitzgerald, all of Aon Ireland Jason Clarke Photography

Staff from AonIreland took part in its fifth Global Service Day, a worldwide initiative where Aon staff volunteer their time and efforts to support charity partners in their communities.

In Dublin, over 80 members of staff from Aon’s office volunteered with Hands On Peer Education (Hope), in support of local residents who have been affected or harmed by the increased levels of drug abuse or alcoholism in the area.

Hope is a small community...

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