Ever wondered what happens to your Tesco tokens?

Thursday, 7th February, 2019 4:07pm

Ever wondered what happens to your Tesco tokens?

Tesco Tokens

For the next six weeks, customers in five Tesco stores across Meath are being encouraged to use their blue tokens to vote for their preferred local cause enabling them to make a big difference in communities’ across the county.
In Meath alone, the Tesco Community Fund has supported 465 local projects to date donating over €124,000 since 2014. 

  • Shoppers in Tesco Ashbourne will be able to support Ashbourne Badminton Club, Ratoath  Youth Choir and Cumann Leadoige Tennis Club.
  • Shoppers in the Tesco Bettystown branch will be able to support Boyne Hockey Club, B.D.L.M. Youth Club and Julianstown Community Centre.
  • Tesco customers in Navan will be supporting Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, Arc Cancer and Meath North Dyslexia Workshop.
  • Tesco Enfield  will be able to support St. Johns Camino Enfield, Meals On Wheels Summerhill and Enfield Christmas Lights.
  • Customers of  Tesco Ratoath will be able to support The Friends Of St. Lukes, Mater Public Hospital and Meath Art Group.

    Aoife Donohoe, Head of Corporate Affairs Tesco Ireland said“At Tesco we are delighted to see the Community Fund support such wonderful local initiatives. The Tesco Community Fund is open to a wide variety of good causes or groups so if you know a local cause that could benefit from some funding, please nominate them in store today. And don’t forget to vote for your preferred cause each time you shop using your blue token, because it really does make a difference.” 

    Every 8 weeks, Tesco customers are invited to simply fill out a nomination form in store with three local causes being selected for the Tesco Community Fund. And at the end of each phase, blue token votes are counted and up to €1,000 is shared proportionally between the three local causes. Further information and criteria for entry is available on www.tesco.ie/communityfund