Foodcloud Christmas donation

The gift of giving through FoodCloud

Earlier this year we announced our partnership with FoodCloud and now we are delighted to launch our festive charity campaign together.

For every Aviva home insurance policy sold until the end of December, Aviva Ireland will donate €10 to FoodCloud.1

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00:00:01 Video starts

00:00:04 Peter O'Mahony, Irish International Rugby Player and Aviva Ireland Ambassador

FoodCloud are an incredible charity to partnership with providing families that need it the most with food that potentially would go to waste. It's kind of a win on all fronts, really.

00:00:14 Brian O'Neill, Head of Communications, Sponsorship, Sustainability at Aviva Ireland

We're delighted that Peter O'Mahony has agreed to come on board for our Christmas campaign with FoodCloud. In addition to being a Munster and Irish rugby legend, he's somebody who has got deeply socially aware principles.

00:00:29 Peter O'Mahony

I'm delighted to be involved with Aviva. Their brand is synonymous with Irish rugby in supporting Irish rugby in particular areas, like grassroots rugby.

00:00:36 Brian O'Neill

Every home insurance policy. Our new customers take on, we will donate an extra €10 to FoodCloud.

00:00:45 Vivenne Lawlor, Communications Director at FoodCloud

So, at FoodCloud, we have a vision of a world where no good food goes to waste. We redistribute perfectly good surplus food from the food industry to over 500 charity and community organisations across Ireland.

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FoodCloud is a social enterprise with a vision of no-good food going to waste. They work with charitable organisations throughout Ireland to provide food to those who need it most, and Aviva Ireland has stepped to support the charity's good work in the lead up to Christmas.

Peter O’Mahony was on hand to help launch the campaign ahead of Ireland’s final November series game as he was announced as Aviva Ireland’s new rugby ambassador.

I’m delighted to be announced as an ambassador for Aviva. Not only is the company synonymous with supporting Irish Rugby, but the work it is doing with FoodCloud to help the charity is massively important work, particularly in the lead-up to Christmas.

Peter O’Mahony, Aviva Ireland’s new rugby ambassador

We’re proud to have Aviva partner with us to help provide food to communities, particularly at this time of year. FoodCloud’s vision is for a world where no good food goes to waste, and through our two solutions we redistribute good surplus food from the food industry to our network of charity and community partners who provide food to people that need it, while also reducing the enormous environmental impact food waste has on our planet.

Iseult Ward, CEO of FoodCloud

Speaking on the announcement, Brian O’Neill, Head of Communications, Sponsorship, Sustainability at Aviva Ireland, said: “On behalf of Aviva Ireland, I’m pleased to announce our partnership with FoodCloud to help deliver meals to those who need them most during this festive season. The work carried out by FoodCloud is absolutely vital and we are proud to support the charity in its efforts. We’re also delighted to announce Peter O’Mahony as Aviva Ireland’s ambassador to help spread awareness of our donation drive, with the aim of reaching charities across the country.”

Donation to FoodCloud

Aviva is donating €10 from every new home insurance policy purchased from from 17/11/2022 to 31/12/2022 to FoodCloud.1

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1. Offer available when you take out a new policy. Acceptance criteria, terms and conditions apply. €10 donation will be made for every new home insurance policy sold from 17/11/2022 to 31/12/2022.

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