Archive 2008-09
Crazy Hoops

Daniel, Ben, Frank and Luke had a "Crazy Hoops" business at the People's Park Market in Dun Laoghaire on Sunday, 19th July, 2009, from 11am till 1pm. The proceeds of the day went to the Feeding Centre at the Botshabelo Township in South Africa and the Kidzone Programme at Monkstown Pool and Leisure Centre. Ali Hewson was disappointed she couldn't be there but wished the boys all the best.


Schools Fundraising

We would like to thank the following schools for their support and contributions.

Scoil Mhuire in Moycullen have had a fundraiser and want to donate the proceeds to the fund. Well done to everyone involved. Thanks.
Notre Dame Junior School fourth class in Dundrum raised €109 from the sale of a student magazine "Notre Dame Knockout" and the proceeds will go to local children. More details soon.

St. Killian's National School in Bluebell, Dublin 12 had a fundraiser and donated over €26 to the fund.
Many thanks to all involved. This money will be added to the total for Notre Dame's "Red Day" and proceeds from the "Notre Dame Knockout" for Barnardos
Notre Dame Junior School in Dundrum had a "Red Day" for Barnardos and raised over €350. Well done to all the girls for wearing red.

Nancy's Novels

Nancy's Novels

Nancy from Dun Laoghaire had fun sale at her house in early summer to raise money for children in South Africa. The sale "Nancy's Novels" was a great success and raised €590 for local children through Barnardos and children in Botshabello township in South Africa. Well done to Nancy and everyone who donated books, money and their time on the day. We really appreciate it.

We have a Leinster jersey and rugby ball both signed by the team for auction. The jersey made €1100 and the ball €80 so far. Proceeds will go to Operation Smile and the Special Olympics.

Notre Dame Junior School had a Green Day for St. Patrick's Day and Seachtain na Gaeilge and raised €532 for ACET Ireland which provides school breakfasts for children in Zimbabwe. Wendy Philips from ACET Ireland visited the school on Monday, 23rd March to accept the money. Well done to all who supported such a good cause.

Notre Dame Junior School Project 2009

Ali Hewson came to Notre Dame Junior School Dundrum on Wednesday, 11th March 2009 to launch this year's initiative.

Fifth class girls in Notre Dame, with the help of Miss Doran and Mr. King, have set up mini businesses and begin selling in the school on Monday, 11th May, to help less fortunate children locally, nationally and internationally.

Fundraising Update

Notre Dame Junior School supported their senior school in the "Build a Brick" campaign on Thursday, 12th March and raised €500 for Educo which helps children escape poverty through education. Well done to all concerned.

There was a "Yellow Day" in Notre Dame Junior School just before Easter. All the girls wore yellow and donated €357 to the Make a Wish Foundation. Well done.




News Flash

Children Helping Children March Open Day

Well done to the girls and Mrs. Gimisiriza on a 

fantastic Open Day in March.

The girls worked very hard and raised

over €2000. 



A big well done and thanks to everyone who has taken part in the business project over the years.