Actavo donates modular unit to WALK charity

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Actavo has donated a fully fitted and functional modular unit to The Green Kitchen & Garden Shop, a social enterprise, partnered with WALK, a charity that provides education, training, and employment opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities, autism, and other barriers to employment. The donated unit will provide a multi-purpose space for WALK students to expand upon their own abilities on their pathway to future employment and build confidence in their own ability. As a member of Business in the Community Ireland, Actavo identified the needs of the community within the local area of Walkinstown, Dublin 12, and will continue to explore similar partnerships.

Pictured; Zoe Dunne & Jamie Bradshaw, WALK service users. Christina Lawlor, WALK Community Connector; and Dave Higgins, Actavo Building Solutions. Luke Barry, WALK service user; Ashling Greenhalgh, WALK Community Connector; and Brian Kellard, Commercial Manager, The Green Kitchen & Garden Shop. Mark Hart, WALK Real Life Training Team Lead; and Austin O’Sullivan, WALK Director of Resources.

Sarah Brooks

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