Ei Electronics give Tom Clifford Park a lift

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SHANNON, April 28th 2021. Last week Ei Electronics gave Limerick-based Young Munster RFC a lift – quite literally !

The club has a lounge on the first floor of its clubhouse at Tom Clifford Park, which is also
a viewing area on match days for its elderly supporters who cannot brave the elements or
are advanced in years and are unable to stand and watch a match. The clubhouse is also a
social activity location for local residents in the Greenfields area.

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The first floor location has however proved restrictive for elderly and disabled visitors.
After an appeal to Corporate friends to assist with the cost of installing a lift to provide first
floor access, Ei answered Young Munster’s Call.

In line with its CSR objective of providing ongoing support to community-beneficial projects
within the region, Ei Electronics viewed this as a very worthwhile endeavour, which would
provide a much needed boost to a group of people who heretofore had been denied access
to facilities at Tom Clifford Park

Costing in excess of €40,000 to complete, Limerick City and County Council is supporting
the project through the Disability Grant Scheme to the tune of €7,500. Ei Electronics has
agreed to contribute €10,000 towards the cost. The goal is to have the lift in place for the
coming season.

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