To mark Social Inclusion Week the ‘RAMs in Rhythm’ awarded the proceeds of their own CD to four Irish charities. The benefiting charities, Laura Lynn Foundation, Saint Vincent de Paul, Down Syndrome Ireland and the Capuchin Fransicans each received €2,500 from the proceeds of the CD.
“I was delighted to attend the Social Inclusion Morning in Newcastle recently and thrilled to see €10,000 in CD sales being given to four Irish Charities. South Dublin County Council puts in huge effort to ensure that Social Inclusion Week is a massive success and thanks to the ‘RAMs in Rhythm’ this year’s event was particularly special as the Laura Lynn Foundation, Saint Vincent de Paul, Down Syndrome Ireland and the Capuchin Fransicans each received cheques for €2,500,” said Cllr. Emer Higgins.
“The RAMs are an incredible group of men who bring to life the spirit of volunteerism, empathy and charity. They have busier social calendars than any working men I know and I’m delighted to see them award the proceeds for their fabulous CD to these amazing Irish charities. It was great to see the hall packed with men and women coming together to celebrate social inclusion. As always Matt and Deirdre provided restaurant quality catering,” said Cllr. Emer Higgins.