IT firm boots up funds for spINI charity

Pictured presenting a �2,000 donation to sp.I.N.I is Alex Dunne, MD of Wellington IT, with Peter Steele of sp.I.N.I. Also pictured is Peter Knight of Wellington IT.

Pictured presenting a �2,000 donation to sp.I.N.I is Alex Dunne, MD of Wellington IT, with Peter Steele of sp.I.N.I. Also pictured is Peter Knight of Wellington IT.

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LEADING software company Wellington IT has presented the charity Spinal Injury Northern Ireland (spINI) with a donation of £2,000 this week.

Having supported Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association in 2009 and Street Child Africa last year, this year as part of its commitment to good causes the company has pledged support to the Spinal Injury Northern Ireland charity.

The funds donated by Wellington IT will go towards spINI’s aim to provide people with spinal injuries with support in social care and use of equipment for spinal injuries. Commenting on why they chose spINI, Alex Dunne, Managing Director of Wellington IT said “We have seen the phenomenal task that spINI has in providing care and services to people living with spinal injuries in the community. We just wanted to play a small part in helping them achieve their objectives and support the amazing work that they do”.

Established in 1983, Wellington IT is one of Ireland’s longest established IT/software solution providers in the country. The company began by producing computer software for the Drinks Industry and can now number among its clients some of the most prestigious Drinks Companies in Ireland. The company diversified into Credit Unions in 1990 and today supplies core financial software and services to over 40% of the top 50 Credit Unions in Ireland offering a wide range of services from mobile banking facilities, SMS text messaging to full EFT online.