X-Projects: Video required for DEBRA Ireland Firewalking Event [complete]
Cheryl Gunning, of DEBRA Ireland is looking for some video students to help the charity record a fund-raising Fire Walking event that will be taking place on Friday 27th January. This is a very exciting and enjoyable event to participate in.
Having been involved with DEBRA Ireland myself, for the last few years, I can testify to the commitment and enthusiasm of those involved with this very worthwhile charity, as they struggle to help those suffering from EB (please read more about EB below, or on the DEBRA Ireland website).
If you can afford to give your time to this event, I strongly encourage you to do so. You not only will be helping a good cause, but building up your CV as well.
Via DEBRA Ireland: The Firewalk Experience – “Unlocking the Power Within” – is an amazingly empowering event and after doing it you feel you can achieve whatever you are aiming for in life. Billed as the hottest event in town, the Firewalk takes place in Dublin’s Stillorgan Park Hotel on Friday 27 January at 7pm.
If you are interested in helping out, please contact Cheryl Gunning below asap, and best wishes with the project.
DEBRA Ireland offers hope and support to people and families living with EB. This is only possible thanks to the ongoing generosity from our supporters. To support us please visit our website here.
8 Clanwilliam Terrace
Grand Canal Quay
DEBRA Ireland is the national charity established in 1988 to provide patient support services and to drive research into treatments and cures for those living with the genetic skin condition, epidermolysis bullosa (EB). Our patients who have EB, have skin that is as delicate and fragile as the wings of a butterfly, and just as easily damaged. EB has been described by a Consultant Dermatologist in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital as “easily the most debilitating and devastating disease I have ever seen.” The condition is extremely painful and leads to disability and deformity. Many of our patients who survive childhood face the frightening reality that they could develop a very aggressive form of skin cancer, due to the constant breakdown of their skin.
DEBRA Ireland offers hope and support to these patients, which is only possible thanks to the ongoing generosity from people like you.
Directors: Brian Harrison (Chairman), Sorcha Griffith, Val Fynes, Brian O’Neill, Leo Bishop, Rosemary Keogh, Mark Hyland, Jennie Power.
DEBRA Ireland Limited, trading as DEBRA Ireland, is a company limited by guarantee not having a share capital, registered in Dublin, Ireland with registered company No. 141279. DEBRA Ireland is a charity, CHY number 8703.