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Corporate Social Responsibility


The Moriarty Group is dedicated to fostering economic and social development in the communities where we are located. Commitment to the community distinguishes us from others, and the Moriarty Group has earned a reputation as a company that is dedicated to making a difference in local communities.
The Moriarty Group recognises that our activities can have an impact on the environment, so takes a proactive approach to minimising these impacts where possible.
The Moriarty Group is committed to providing a safe environment for its employees, customers and guests, with optimal Health & Safety procedures and equipment in place.
One of the key aspects of our CSR policy is that of community. The community, on both a local and regional level, is key to our operations. As much as possible we commit to sponsor, support and fundraise for local needs. This has enabled us to give back while, at the same time, growing and developing our relationships and business.

 

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Tidy Towns

The Moriarty Group is an active supporter of the Tidy Town initiative that is supported by SuperValu nationally. The group supports committees in Balbriggan, Skerries, Palmerstown and Leixlip to ensure the community environment is as clean, tidy and as inviting as possible for those living in the community and those who may visit.The Moriarty Group are proud supporters of Skerries Tidy Towns, who won Ireland’s overall tidiest town title in 2016.

 

Local GAA Clubs

The Moriarty Group has been a long-time supporter and sponsor of local GAA, backing clubs in all of the communities that we are involved in.
SuperValu, nationally, are sponsors of the National GAA Football championships. Luke Moriarty was filmed in 2017 as part of the SuperValu #behindtheball initiative, which donated 55,000 footballs to clubs across the country. This highlighted the connection stores have to the local GAA community and the passion Luke himself has for the game.
Over the years Luke Moriarty has provided practical input and resources to support the development of grassroots GAA clubs in Dublin and Kildare.
In 2015, for example, Skerries Harps GAA opened their new club house, a project backed by the Moriarty Group as main sponsors. In 2016, Leixlip GAA and Confey GAA in Kildare joined forces to get teams on the field, with the proud support of the Moriarty Group, who provided jerseys to the new unified Saint Columba’s GAA teams.
The GAA focuses on the community, on sport and fitness, and on developing young people; issues that we at the Moriarty Group care deeply about.