At Kefron, we understand the importance of giving back to the community


From working with schools and charities throughout the year, through to supporting various organisations during the Christmas period, Kefron has always recognised the importance of working with the local community who provide so much for us on a daily basis, both in Dublin and further afield.

Kefron has a number of policies and procedures in place which integrate social, ethical, human rights or consumer concerns into our day-to-day business operations.

We also incorporate a number of practices that help us reduce any negative impact on the environment, as shown by our ISO 14001.

Kefron recognises the importance of supporting your community and is always seeking ways to give back.


Kefron supports numerous charities and organisations every year, through various fundraising campaigns:
  • Friends of the Coombe, one of Europe’s largest and most comprehensive providers of Women and Infants healthcare. The Coombe Women and Infants University Hospital commitment to a philosophy of care, which is family centred, is visible in all aspects of the staff work. Together, Friends of the Coombe work to enhance and promote that philosophy of care.
  • We support Focus Ireland's "Sponsor A Star" intiative, with the funds from each sponsored star on their Grafton Street Christmas Tree going towards helping families, young people and children at risk or affected by homelessness.
  • St. Vincent de Paul, focuses on a practical approach to dealing with poverty, alleviating its effects on individuals and families through working primarily in person-to-person contact by a unique system of family visitation and seeking to achieve social justice and equality of opportunity for all citizens.

Our mission is to get closer to the customer. See the need, deliver the solution.


Kefron has been sponsoring the Calcutta run for the past 20 years. The team in Kefron is involved in this event by supplying and packing the bags that all participants receive at the end of the run and by manning the water stations during the race.

The money raised from this event goes to GOAL and the Peter McVerry Trust for the homeless youths on the street of Calcutta and Dublin.

Fr Peter McVerry has been in Kefron to visit us and share with all of us his vision and experience.

Fr Peter McVerry is the founder of the “Peter McVerry Trust”. Fr Peter has been working with Dublin’s young homeless for more than 30 years not only tackling the issue of homelessness but also drug misuse and social disadvantage. This facility has been supported for many years by the Calcutta Run which is one of the main fund raising activities that support the Trust.

These trusts rely on these funds to continue their good work both in Calcutta and in Dublin!

If you would like to take part on this great day out, which takes place every May, please visit


Passion & Pride. Security & Trust. Initiative & Ownership.

This is a quote from Justin, who’s been working with Caritas College since the very start:

“I enjoy the interaction with the students, I hope that we are making a difference as students consider the next steps in their lives. Many students do not have any experience of a professional working environment and can have some anxiousness about unfamiliar surroundings and interviews. Being able to introduce students to this environment and ease some of the anxiety is a great feeling. Knowing that you have helped give them an edge when competing for sought after placements gives me and others working with the programme a sense of achievement. I think we may get more out of BITC than the students!”  Justin O’Connor, Kefron


Business in the Community – Caritas College

Business in the Community (BITC) is a non-profit organisation that helps businesses impact positively on their communities. Kefron has been involved with BITC since January 2005 through our partnership with Ballyfermot School “Caritas College”. To date, we have taken a number of students on a two-week work experience placement.

Kefron has also signed up for Skills @ Work, the signature programme of the Schools Business Partnership.

This programme provides post-primary school students with a unique insight into the world of work. As part of the Skills @ Work Programme, a number of volunteer Kefron mentors partner an entire class in either 5th or 6th year.

To date, our Kefron mentors have helped students in areas such as interview techniques, CV preparation, applications for college and gaining work experience. The programme can be an invaluable experience for young students who would never have experienced preparing for and performing in such situations.

For Kefron employees, it represents an opportunity to enhance and develop their presentation, communication and interpersonal skills whilst adding diversity to the working day.

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At Kefron, we have a number of operations in place that allow us to assess, manage and reduce the impact to the environment of operating our business, both now and in the future.
  • We installed more efficient and energy saving LED lightbulbs throughout our offices and warehouses. This work was carried out by Rayal.
  • We have ongoing initiatives with our drivers on fuel efficiency during their deliveries.
  • We adhere to the Environmental Protection Agency & Dublin City Council requirements.
  • Our ISO 14001, which showcases our commitment to being environmentally friendly.
  • Reduction of electricity consumption through facility management and monitoring.
  • Once documents' rentention period has elapsed, they are shredded and recycled.
Our customers can have confidence in knowing that Kefron meets our environmental management system commitments and company environmental policy requirements.

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