The Central Remedial Clinic has launched it’s first ever annual Christmas Top Up Appeal!
The Christmas appeal aims to help raise much needed funds for senior management, who can’t seem survive on the 6 figure salary they are currently on.
The CRC had been secretly stealing funds from charitable donations made by the families of sick children, but have now decided to appeal directly to the public to help treat their crippling narcissism.
Every year the CRC senior management are afflicted with the terminal illness of greed and the only treatment for them is more money.
The growing epidemic affects many senior level staff in the public service and this campaign they hope will raise the funds needed so that they can double the salary they are already on.
To help launch the campaign today, former CRC chief executive Paul Kiely, who received a top up of €135,000 to his €116,000 salary, was on hand at the CRC in Waterford Regional Hospital, punching sick children in the face.
Commenting on the launch of the Top Up Appeal he said:
You’re better off making a donation, as we’re going to steal the money from the families anyway. We’re dicks like that, now if you don’t mind, I’ve got to get back to punching sick children in the face.
Donations to the Christmas Top Up Appeal can be made online and senior management are hoping that they will raise enough money so that all board members can reach the target of doubling their wages before the end of 2013.
Please spare any money that you can for this worthy and noble appeal.