€600 Raised for Charity by DCU Business School Masters Students
The organizers of the Next Generation Management (NGM) Charity Ball would like to thank everybody who helped make our event a roaring success.
The event was hosted in the Hilton Dublin Airport Hotel, it comprised of a meal followed by music. Masters Student and Co-Organiser Peter Langan noted: “We really valued the support, which we received from within the NGM group of classes and beyond. To all those who purchased raffle tickets or sponsored prizes – we are extremely grateful.
Your backing has ensured that €600 has been provided to Aware here in Dublin, who will use funds to enhance the support currently given to persons whom are suffering from an mental illness. Without your assistance we could not hoped to achieve such a wonderful result. We all appreciate your support, and commitment to our event”.
If you are need of support – please contact Aware at 1890 303 302 or log onto their website – www.aware.ie
Picture: L-R are: Charlotte Cunningham, Peter Langan, Ger Grace and Alex O’Connor
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