Gearoid is at it again, helping us out with our funding.
The previous gig was most entertaining and the proceeds are making a significant contribution towards the self sufficiency of the rural populations we work with.
In terms of water alone: 1 euro means water for life for one villager, which in itself is a significant contribution.
I constantly sing the praises of the young people I meet in this work, they are generous, caring and have more of a moral conscience than many of the people who write and talk so profusely with the opposite view.
We are most grateful for the support and wish them all the success they deserve, musically or in all their other efforts.
How’s it goin’, I hope all is well. I’m just writing to let you know that we are organising another event in aid of Wells For Zoe, a multi-act charity gig this Thursday, March 13th. The night will start with DJs in National College of Art Design (opposite Vicar Street venue on Thomas Street) from 20.00 and then live music in McGruders pub (down the road from Vicar Street) from 22.00. We have Danny O’Reilly (of The Coronas), Killer Chloe and many, many other bands and DJs.
It would be great to see you there!
Unfortunately I have to miss the fun, as I’m heading for Malawi tomorrow.
Have a great time.