Thanks for visiting my 100minds page and helping me reach my goal of raising at least €1000 for Temple Street Children's Hospital. All donations will go straight to 100minds.
My name is Alara and I am a MSc Digital Marketing Strategy student in Trinity College, Dublin. This year I am very happy to be selected to work with 100minds to raise funds for Temple Street Children's University Hospital. 100minds is a social enterprise founded in 2013, that brings together some of Ireland’s top college students and connects them with one cause to achieve big goals in a short space of time. 100minds connects 3rd level students with a chosen charity and encourages them to run fundraising projects that will help develop their skill set and apply their theoretical learnings from college in a practical means.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read my profile. I am really looking forward to this amazing journey and seeing how much I can raise for such a wonderful cause! Feel free to check out my blog and also donate with the link at the top of the page. I hope to organise a few events up until our deadline of February 15th.
I'll keep you posted on my progress and about upcoming events. For now, please donate above, if you can. The smallest amount can make the biggest of differences.
If you have any queries feel free to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you, Alara.
Posted: almost 2 years ago
I’m thrilled and very proud to tell you that I’ve been selected as a participant of Ireland’s most unique and exciting student fundraiser 100Minds! My goal is to raise over €1,000 and hopefully far beyond that target in 100 days, for Temple Street Children's University Hospital.
I’m calling on my networks, friends and family; hopefully you’ll participate and support me through my fundraising journey. I’ll appreciate every little donation that you make, every single euro helps changing thousands of children’s lives.
I’ll also be using my donation page to keep everyone updated on my progress. Please don’t forget that giving is not just about donating but it’s about making a difference.