Get your Apple product serviced during the month of October and you will be supporting Breast Cancer Research.
Galway-based Apple Authorised Service Provider, Screenway, is supporting the work of The National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI) based at NUI, Galway by donating €10 from every Apple Health Check they carry out during October, Breast Cancer Awareness month.
To launch the initiative, Screenway presented NBCRI with an iPad to help the charity coordinate their many fundraising activities which are taking place around the country this month.
But they hope to help raise much needed funds for NBCRI through the donation of €10 for every Apple product they service. So there has never being a better time to give your MacBook Air, Pro or iMac a check-up while supporting breast cancer research. The team at Screenway in Parkmore, Ballybrit, will also give you advice on any upgrades that might be available and the best way to manage your photos, video, music and work documents. To book in your machine with Screenway call Aine at 091 766 622.
PHOTO: Maureen Casey and Nicola O’Connor of Screenway present NBCRI Brand Manager, Laura O’Dea (Centre) with an Apple iPad at the launch of Screenway Supports Breast Cancer Research, where €10 from every Apple product Screenway service at their offices in Parkmore, Ballybrit during October, Breast Cancer Awareness month will be donated to The National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI).