Every week in the Her.ie offices we are inundated with requests from people asking us to help them promote their charity events. While every cause is worthwhile, unfortunately we can’t get around to all of them and so for that reason, we have decided to put together some of these events from around the country. Every week, we will feature five events you should get behind or get involved with over the next few months. There are tonnes of amazing organisations in this country, let’s help them out.
Pick Up Your Needles And Knit For LauraLynn
Need something to do this weekend? Why not help out a fantastic cause and help the LauraLynn crew knit a tree cozy for their family fun day? The children’s charity are asking for members of the public to submit knitted squares to decorate one of the LauraLynn house trees.
Want more information on how you can get involved? Contact the team here!
— LauraLynn (@LauraLynnHouse) July 21, 2015
The Glavins Go Bald
Want to get behind a family with a heart of gold? Paula Glavin, her two brothers, and son are planning to shave their heads on August 2nd in aid of Cancer Research.
While Paula and co will be doing all the hard work, all they’re asking is if you could consider making a donation to their charity event fundraiser here.
Step Out For A Doggy Day Out In Aid Of Kildare Animal Foundation
Kildare Animal Foundation want you to take a doggy day out and walk in the Phoenix Park this Saturday, July 25th to raise funds to help keep the rescue shelter open.
Suggested minimum donation of just €5 per adult, but children and all four-legged friends go free!! A lovely relaxed day with spot prizes for humans and hounds and goody bags, it could be the perfect start to your weekend.
For more information, check out the Facebook page here.
Donate Or Bid in Aid Of Aoibheann’s Pink Tie
Do you have an unwanted gift or perhaps run a small business and want to give back? Her.ie reader Susan Brown is fundraising in aid of Aoibheann’s Pink Tie, and needs your help.
Thanking the charity for the support and ongoing care they have provided to her family, Susan is hosting an online auction in aid of Aoibheann’s Pink Tie, a children cancer charity.
If you’d like to get involved, to donate or bid, check out the Facebook page here.