'Much worse for others' - Glenisk in powerful support for charity despite fire

'Much worse for others' - Glenisk in powerful support for charity despite fire

One Million Trees Campaign, supported by Glenisk

Despite suffering a devastating fire at their plant in Killeigh, Co Offaly, on Monday, dairy producer Glenisk has come out to support a charity helping poor communities in Africa. 

Glenisk lost "basically everything" after a fire ripped through their facility but the owners, the Cleary family, have powerfully shown support for others despite this misfortune at home.

In a post on Twitter, they asked people to support the One Million Trees campaign being run by Self Help Africa, saying, "today was a bad day for Glenisk, but much worse for others in the world.

Glenisk have vowed to rebuild their business which has made them one of the largest dairy producers in Ireland for over 30 years.

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