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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Making recollections at The Birches day centre

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Third 12 months College students from DkIT’s BA in Digital Advertising and marketing and PR course are internet hosting a charity occasion for The Birches Alzheimer Day Centre on the DkIT campus right now (Tuesday).

he theme of the occasion is “making recollections” and can embrace enjoyable actions reminiscent of photobooths, treasure hunts, and quizzes.

The Birches Day Centre, primarily based in Dundalk, needed to shut their doorways when the Covid-19 Pandemic developed in 2020. What was as soon as a energetic day centre with music, dancing, and portray, grew to become a distant reminiscence.

“The occasions we have now working are good, they’re all themed in direction of making recollections, and it’s for such a very good trigger too. We had a chat from the individuals who run The Birches and their story made us all so emotional. It’s so exhausting to listen to what the sufferers and their households have been via over the previous 18 months, which is why we wish to help such an unimaginable native charity,’ stated Eleanor McGuinness, third yr pupil.

All proceeds will go to The Birches Alzheimer’s Day Centre in Dundalk. You possibly can help the occasions by donating to the IDonate Web page at https://www.idonate.ie/makingmemories

Gerry Murphy of the Birches stated he’s delighted that the scholars have chosen to fundraise for the Birches Alzheimer Day Centre.  “It’s most gratifying for us at “The Birches” to be related to this inspirational & great group of scholars and lecturers on the excellent DKIT who over time have been an incredible supply of help to individuals who avail of the superb service offered at “The Birches” Alzheimer day centre. We want them the perfect for his or her stimulating and really apt “making recollections” day on Tuesday November 30 and look ahead to having the chance to additionally be a part of within the enjoyable.”

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