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Fulfilling potential – The Matheson Giving Programme

DATE: 20.04.2011

Developing talent is a core value of Matheson. It is the backbone of our firm and the service we provide to our clients. In line with this, the Matheson Giving Programme works with a number of carefully chosen organisations, each of whom are focused on helping Irish children to fulfil their potential.

The organisations, which include the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC), the Centre for Talented Youth in Ireland (CTYI), the National Gallery of Ireland Children’s Education Programme and Junior Achievement Ireland, are all focused on nurturing and developing talent, ensuring the safety and protection of Irish children, and helping future generations achieve their full potential.

Through the Matheson Giving Programme and the firm’s association with these organisations, people across all parts of the firm are encouraged to build relationships in a volunteer capacity, helping with the social, educational and creative needs of Irish children across a range of demographic groups.

Matheson will also continue to support a number of other charities which have an established relationship with the firm.

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