Charity – Lorraine Keane

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Fashion Relief Returns!

Myself and Oxfam Ireland are bringing FASHION RELIEF back to Galway and Dublin in 2020 – and this year, Fashion Relief is bigger and better than ever! You can bag a bargain from your favourite brand, boutique, designer or celeb and the best bit is you’ll be raising vital funds for communities impacted by war and climate change. We’ll be in Galway’s Galmont Hotel on Sunday 1st March and in Dublin’s RDS on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March. Tickets from only €6 available here

Fashion Relief 2019

Once again I’m teaming up with Oxfam Ireland for FASHION RELIEF. In May we raised an incredible €60,000 for those suffering from extreme hunger at our 2018 event in the RDS, where the public bagged bargains from the wardrobes of their favourite celebs, designers and boutiques. The good news is that that we’re doing it again in 2019 – and we’re taking the show on the road, with events in Cork, Dublin and Galway! The dates for Fashion Relief 2019: Sunday 17th Feb 2019 | City Hall Cork Sunday 10th March 2019 | RDS Dublin 5th, 6th, 7th April 2019 |…

‘Fashion Relief’ Update

The countdown has officially started and I’ve been blown away by the support I’ve received from friends in the industry. So many well-known faces from the world of television, sport, entertainment and fashion volunteered their time to join me at the launch of FASHION RELIEF – Ireland’s biggest fashion fundraiser in aid of the hunger crisis overseas. I returned from a visit to East Africa last November and quickly realised that very little was being reported on the region’s hunger crisis. How can 20 million people facing starvation not be big news? I also thought about the amount of stuff…

Hugh Jackman – A Dream Come True

I’m just home from a screening of Hugh Jackman’s ‘Dukale’s Dream’ and I urge to go and see it or Watch it online. It was made in association the wonderful World Vision charity and highlights the importance of supporting Fair Trade products.   It’s available to rent/buy more Amazon and is something you can watch with the kids (our girls, 9 and 12, loved it). For more info on World Vision click here Oh, and a photo of Hugh, just because….