Nortel fundraiser boosts charities

Stephen Greene and Charlie Ward hand over cheques totalling �1,208 to Keli Wilkinson, Meningitis Research Foundation and John Phillips, Northern Ireland Hospice.
Stephen Greene and Charlie Ward hand over cheques totalling �1,208 to Keli Wilkinson, Meningitis Research Foundation and John Phillips, Northern Ireland Hospice.
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MENINGITIS Research Foundation has thanked Newtownabbey man Stephen Greene for organising a recent charity quiz night at Nortel Social Club.

Stephen, along with Citybeat DJ Stephen Clements, showcased the annual charity quiz and disco to a packed Nortel and raised the fantastic sum of £1,208.

The money was split between Meningitis Research Foundation and the Northern Ireland Hospice.

Meningitis Research Foundation’s Diane McConnell commented: “Special thanks to Stephen for organising another successful fundraiser and thank you to all those who came along on the night.

“It is only through the generosity and the hard work of the public that the Foundation is able to fund research, raise awareness and support those who have already been affected by meningitis and septicaemia.”

For information about meningitis and septicaemia log on to www.meningitis.org