Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Support Haiti and the Donegal Jammers!

There's another Donegal Jam Club on Saturday January 29th in the Abbey Hotel, starting at 9:00pm. Proceeds are to go to help victims of the Haitian earthquake.

The following taken from their Facebook page:
The next Bluesatcks Jam Club open Jam sessions will be on Friday 29th of Jan at 9pm in the Abbey Hotel and then the last Friday of each month for the Winter. We will be doing a fund raiser for The Haiti earthquake victims.
Special guest Donegal town's Elizabeth Lawne will be with us on the night to tell us about her work last year in Haiti on several projects with Gena Heraty (Mayo) and Meave Bracken (Offaly) with the organization Our Little Brothers and sisters:
www.nphhaiti.org
Elizabeth will returning there to help Gena who has lived and worked in Haiti for over 20 years. They desperately need our help. Please give what you can. If individuals want to organize an event contact Liz after 3pm at:
087-6637742
Contributions are made out to:
Our Little Brothers and Sisters - Ireland. Charity No CHY11953
Account details: Bank of Ireland, Dublin Airport
Account Name: Our Little Brothers and Sisters Account No. 42863621
IBAN IE23 BOFI 9007 4642 8636 21
Also if you want to send money directly to Gena Heraty:
Gena Heraty Fund at AIB Westport III08008 sort code 93-71-69
100% of donations go direct to Haiti. No administration costs are incurred. Both accounts are registered charities. This organization has been working on the ground in Haiti for over 20 years. They have hospitals, clinics, food programs, water programs, schools and an orphanage with over 500 children. They are very well experienced and equipped to cope
with this disaster. Therefore your money goes directly to those that need it.
Friends and colleagues working with the quake victims. We at The Bluestacks Jam Club would like your support on helping those who help them like a T-E-A-M : Together Everybody Achieves More.
 See the Bluestack Jammers Facebook page for more details.
Original post at Donegal Friends.

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