It’s one of the top comedy events of the year, it’s for an amazing cause, it has lots of great comedians and it’s on this Saturday. Like to win tickets to the Laugh Out Loud?
Category Archives: Charity
#ESBElectricIrelandTeamB If you’re on twitter and you use that hashtag in your tweets or post on Facebook tomorrow, you ‘ll be helping the Irish Cancer Society win €30,000. What a great Christmas present for them that would be. What’s it … Continue reading
The Dún Laoighaire Rotary Club are holding their annual Christmas food collection on Friday 9, Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 December. It’s for a great cause.
Well, they did it. The twitterers and twitterettes of the Parish of Twitter have their single Winter Song in aid of the Holles St Neonatal Unit launching in Dublin tomorrow. Congratulations to each and every one of them, especially Brenda … Continue reading
1,480 people and you. That’s all that are needed on Hanover Quay, Grand Canal, Dublin 2 on Friday 2 December at 12 noon to help break a World Record and help the Simon Community get over €10,000 from The Carphone Warehouse.
A part on Fair City, a 5 Star Fine Dining / Silver Star experience in your home or private burlesque lessons
You know what’s better than socks? Supporting Children Out Of Poverty. And the SCOOP Foundation has an auction of 150 ideal, surreal and alternative Christmas Gifts on Friday December 2 in the Powerscourt Centre at 7.30pm. There are amazing gifts.
Have you heard about #xmastwittersingle? It’s an idea that Brenda Drumm has had to raise money for charity and is taking shape very quickly. From a single tweet, there’s now a recording this Sunday 27 November in the Westin Hotel, … Continue reading
Got an awful Christmas jumper? Well, don your geansaí, head to South King Street (the Gaiety) on Sunday December 4 and break a World Record to help Barretstown!
Your portait could help an excellent charity and assist in putting an end to the stigma surrounding mental health issues. All you have to do is pose for a photograph to be included in an exhibition for the First Fortnight … Continue reading
Yes, you could drive a New York Taxi, a DeLorean or an Ecar, accompanying Brent Pope, Mundy, Katie Van Buren, Andrew Stanley, Joe Rooney or Keith Barry in a trip from Dublin to Galway and back. Three amazing Irish charities … Continue reading