I am grateful to the following for their help publicising the Happy Easter Egg:
Spirit Radio – whose support was invaluable for our launch in 2015, and each year since.
Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin – who regularly feature the Happy Easter Egg on their website.
Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin – who post each year on Facebook about the Happy Easter Egg.
Church of Ireland Diocese of Down & Dromore – who feature the Happy Easter Egg on their website each year.
CatholicIreland.net – who write an article about the Happy Easter Egg each year.
Kildare FM – interview about the Happy Easter Egg launch in 2015, on the programme Religion Matters (you may need to login via Facebook or Twitter).
Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference – who shared Facebook posts about the Happy Easter Egg launch in 2015.
I am grateful to the following for their support in the development of the Happy Easter Egg:
The Irish Chocolate Company – our manufacturers, who have also given invaluable advice.
Colouringbox – design of the packaging, the booklet and all the publicity.
eTailor – web design and consultancy.
Wicklow Local Enterprise Office – mentoring and grant support.
Louis Hemmings – support, and poet who crafted the Happy Easter Story in verse.
Shay Phelan – actor who narrated the online Happy Easter Story.
John Cleere – music and digital editing for the online Happy Easter Story and other online content.
Dave O’Shea of Hodder & Stoughton – permission to use extracts from their audio Bibles.
Nico Müller Art – photography.
Firefly Marketing – market research and copy writing.
Channel Media Communications – media and print consultancy.
Castle Print – printing of the Happy Easter story booklet.
Sooner than Later – printing of the information packs and automated mailing.
Alpha – a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith.
The Hope Foundation – Irish charity working with deprived children in Kolkata (Calcutta), India.
Our intercession team – you know who you are, and without your prayers the Happy Easter Egg would never have been birthed.