In June 2016, we were invited to speak with the employees of Allianz Worldwide Care about the work of Humans Too and how they could get involved. The response we’ve had since then has been incredible. We have had numerous groups of Allianz Worldwide Care employees out on our weekly soup runs and a small group have now joined our Bru Hostel Cafe on a weekly basis.
Allianz Worldwide Care have rapidly become great supporters of Humans Too and their various departments are now joining together in many ways to support the organisation. This July, a team from their Finance Department put together 167 care packs which are being giving out during the soup runs. The HR department are currently running a ‘Socks and Sugar Drive’ which are items in constant demand. They have created an ‘Allianz Worldwide Care Store’ at their offices, where each department can leave collected items which will be directly handed out to Humans Too services users on the streets of Dublin.Allianz Worldwide Care are showing just a few small ways that companies can make a huge difference to organisations like Humans Too.
Dublin Orthodontist is based on the North side of Dublin providing dental hygiene to children and adults. Dublin Orthodontist provide Humans Too with non-perishables and packaging essentials each month and have also run raffles, raising money which was donated to Humans Too.
The Jacket Off Your Back is an organisation created which provides warm clothing to Homeless in Ireland. It’s operations have now grown substantially and its operations include oversees activities in Romania and for Syrian refugees. The Jacket Off Your Back supplies Humans Too with warm clothing for our volunteers to distribute to those who need it.
Credit & Special Thanks To..
CRalphmedia.com is the site of Conor Ralph a Dublin based photographer who owns a photography and social media marketing company. Conor, worked with Humans Too for the launch of our new website and went out on Humans Too soup runs to photograph our volunteers in action. We’d like to say a special thank you to Conor for kindly taking the photos for the site!