Our Community

 
Tipperary Co-op is a true community-focused business and is owned and controlled by our milk suppliers/shareholders. We are investing in our community and they are invested in us.
 
We contribute to the local economy by supporting local farmers and agriculture generally, providing local employment opportunities, and supporting other local businesses. Our economic relationship with the community is a positive cycle that we are incredibly proud of and that pride is weaved through everything we do. The business is a significant contributor to local and national exchequers. 
 
Expertise, support, and loyalty are part of our customers’ relationship with us and part of our relationship with them.
 
We take pride in every aspect of our business including how our success allows us support many aspects of our local community. The Co-op’s corporate sponsorship policy is to support sporting , cultural and educational endeavours within our locality.  We are local and we are indigenous – and we take pride in that.
 
 
 
 
 

The pupils of the Monastery School in Tipperary Town are presented with their An Taisce Green Schools Energy Project for partnering with Tipperary Co-op to improve our energy efficiency and reduce our carbon footprint

 

Chairman of Tipperary Co-op, Matt Quinlan and General Manager of Tipperary Co-op, Ted O’Connor present the Sponsorship Cheque for the West Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship to West Board Chairman, Roger Kennedy and West Board Treasurer, Sean Bradshaw

 

 

Michael Long, Secretary of the West Board, Ted O’Connor, General Manager of Tipperary Co-op, and Matt Quinlan, Chairman of Tiopperary Co-op congratulate John Devane, Captain of Clonoulty-Rossmore Club as he is presented with the O’Dwyer SHC Cup by Roger Kennedy, Chairman of the West Board.

 

 

Vice Chairman of Tipperary Co-op’s Board, Dick Donovan is pictured with Charlie Swan and General Manager of Tipperary Co-op, Ted O’Connor, at the presentation of the prizes for the Tipperary Co-op race at Tipperary Racecourse, Limerick Junction

 

Award-winning student Ivan Valence is presented with a certificate is recognition of his achievements by Chairman of Tipperary Co-op Board, Matt Quinlan, Ted O’Connor, General Manager of Tipperary Co-op and Michael O’Dwyer, Ag. Science Teacher in Abbey Secondary School, Tipperary Town

 

At a civic reception by the members of Tipperary Town council at the council chambers in Dan Breen House for the members of Tipperary Co-Op Creamery,  left to right are Ted O’Connor (General Manager), Billy Bourke, Mayor of Tipperary. Matt Quinlan(Chairman, Tipperary Co-Op Creamery)

 

Tipperary Co-op Supervalu staff 2010’s All-Ireland Hurling success with a member of the Tipperary Senior Hurling Team

Tipperary Co-op Supervalu staff 2010’s All-Ireland Hurling success with a member of the Tipperary Senior Hurling Team

Pupils of St. Anne’s Secondary School, Tipperary Town, who received first place in the Agri Aware’s Local Business Buzz, a competition for Transition Year pupils. The project on “Tipperary Co-Operative Creamery and it’s contripbution to the local economy’ was one of over 300 entries in the competition and won for the pupils an all-expenses paid trip to Brussels.

Left to right: P. J. Ryan (Teacher), Sarah O’Dwyer, Maureen Kinahan, Marie Ryan, Kieran Maguire (Tipp Co-Op), Jennifer McCahill, Ted O’Connor (CEO, Tipp Co-Op), Fiona Casey,  Michael O’Halloran (Tipp Co-Op),  Josephine O’Dwyer, Donie O’Byrne (Principal)