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Local recruitment firm Staffline supports community with donation to Women’s Aid

Louise McCollum, Senior Recruitment Consultant at Staffline Recruitment, Karen McConkey, Finance and Administration Manager at Women’s Aid ABCLN, Sarah Doherty, Administrator at Women’s Aid and Tracey Bell, Key Account Specialist at Staffline Recruitment.

(L-R) Louise McCollum, Senior Recruitment Consultant at Staffline Recruitment, Karen McConkey, Finance and Administration Manager at Women’s Aid ABCLN, Sarah Doherty, Administrator at Women’s Aid and Tracey Bell, Key Account Specialist at Staffline Recruitment.


Staffline Recruitment Ireland, a leading local recruitment firm, has reinforced its dedication to community welfare in Ballymena by making a substantial donation of essential items to Women's Aid ABCLN, a prominent charity working tirelessly to support survivors of domestic abuse.

 

As with other years, over the festive season Women's Aid ABCLN faces an increased demand for their services, as this period unfortunately tends to escalate instances of domestic abuse.



The donation, which includes a variety of clothing items, bedding and toiletries, aims to provide comfort and support to individuals seeking refuge from abusive situations during this challenging time.

 

"We believe in the power of community and recognise the invaluable work that Women's Aid ABCLN does to provide a lifeline to those affected by domestic abuse, especially during the heightened stress of the Christmas season," said Louise McCollum, Senior Recruitment Consultant in Staffline’s Ballymena Branch.


"Our donation is a small gesture towards creating a positive impact and offering support to those who need it the most."

 



Karen McConkey, Finance and Administration Manager in Women's Aid ABCLN, based in The Naomi Centre on Cullybackey Road, expressed gratitude for the donation, saying:


"We extend our heartfelt thanks to Staffline Recruitment for their generous contribution. This donation will go a long way in providing essential support to those in our community facing domestic abuse. We encourage any local women who need help to avail of our services – you are not alone, and support is available."

 

For more information about Women's Aid ABCLN, please visit https://www.womens-aid.org.uk/ or call 028 2563 2136.



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