100minds, a non profit organisation has officially launched a campaign to bring together 100 of Ireland’s top undergraduates to collect €100,000 for Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
The organisation aims to harness the energy and imagination of our skilled young people to provide much needed funds but it also hopes to create a platform to attract employers.
The 100minds website individually showcases these innovative young people allowing undergraduates to promote themselves, inspire others and connect with like minded individuals through an online profile page. Each undergraduate will raise €1,000 through creative, exciting and imaginative fundraising efforts giving Temple Street Children’s Hospital €100,000.
Creator of 100minds, Declan Egan explains“100minds is designed to benefit both the wider community and the undergraduates who take part, it is a win win. Undergrads who take part gain new skills in project management and have the opportunity to make a valuable contribution to a large scale project that will touch the lives of the thousands of students Temple Street treats each year.”
We are calling on undergraduates in Dublin to get involved and apply to be one of our 100minds team at www.100minds.org before applications close on October 30th.”