CARI home a bargain from pop-up shop in the Parkway for Limerick charity

Donal O'Regan

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Donal O'Regan

The CARI team at the Parkway shop, including centre manager Roger Beck Picture: Michael Cowhey

The CARI team at the Parkway shop, including centre manager Roger Beck Picture: Michael Cowhey

CARI’S charity pop-up shop in Limerick sprang into life in the Parkway Shopping Centre on Wednesday morning – and will be open until Sunday, April 28.

Mary Madden, CARI supervisor, promises a huge selection of items.

“We have great bargains in ladies’, gentleman’s and children’s clothes including beautiful hand-knitted cardigans for infants. We will also have toys, books and bric-a-brac,” said Mary. 

All monies raised go to fund counselling and therapy services in CARI  Limerick. 

“We get limited government funding so we rely on our wonderful supporters, so come along and browse and CARI home a bargain!” said Mary.

CARI provides child centred specialised therapy and support to children, families and groups affected by child sexual abuse, regardless of means.