Grafton Street’s daily busking bonanza went up a few octaves this afternoon when The Caroline Foundation launched their second-ever national Give Us A Song campaign.
Due to take place over the weekend of February 1st, 2nd & 3rd, this nationwide singalong fundraiser will help mark World Cancer Day the following day.
The fact that February 4th also marks the birthday of Caroline Dwyer Hickey makes this a particularly fitting awareness weekend for the foundation formed in memory of the much-loved and much-missed Greystones teacher.
Attending today’s launch was RTE’s Áine Lawlor and Professor John Crown, whilst the musical thrills came from far and wide, most present agreeing that the all-male harmony group The Trinitones kinda stole the show. The talented swines.
You can find out more about joining Give Us A Song 2019 on The Caroline Foundation website right here, or you can email g[email protected] for further info. You can also find out more about Caroline, and the foundation, right here.
Again, you can find out more about joining Give Us A Song 2019 on The Caroline Foundation website right here.
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