Unleash your inner chocoholic for a worthy cause this Easter by helping Lindt Chocolate Ireland “Make Easter Sweet for Temple Street”.
A successful initiative over the past 11 years, the Lindt Gold Bunny Personalisation Station in Dundrum Town Centre is a real treat for both children and adults.
Taking place from Friday March 23rd to Saturday March 31st, visitors will have the unique chance to personalise their very own 200g Lindt Gold Bunny for just €6, with funds raised going to Temple Street Children’s University Hospital.
Adding something new into the mix this year, Lindt are offering a special exclusive Lindt Gold Bunny, which will give a stylish twist to the premium milk chocolate.
With gold foil, chic flower design and iconic ringing bell, the red flower Lindt Bunny will make your Easter all the more special. Also retailing at €6, there are only 500 red flower Lindt Gold Bunnies available, so you better catch yours quickly.
Speaking at the Launch of the Lindt Make Easter Sweet for Temple Street Campaign 2018, Special Events Manager at Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, Angi McNulty said:
“We are absolutely thrilled to have such a rewarding partnership with Lindt Chocolate Ireland. They have helped improve the lives of the children in the hospital and funded many vital pieces of life saving equipment. We encourage all our supporters to also take ‘personalised’ interest in this new activity at Dundrum Town Centre.”
Ciarán Owens, Marketing Manager at Lindt Chocolate Ireland, commented: “We are so excited to be continuing our relationship with Temple Street Children’s University Hospital in 2018 and delighted to have the continued support of Dundrum Town Centre for this unique fundraising activity.”
He added: “We can’t wait to unveil our Lindt Gold Bunny Personalisation Station and some special additions to our personalisation offering to help raise even more funds for the hospital.”
With this exciting Easter pop-up, Lindt chocolate are celebrating an 11-year partnership with Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. For more information, visit Lindt Chocolate Ireland on Facebook and Temple Street at www.cuh.ie.