Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland will host the Lord Mayor’s Charity Ball on Saturday 30th April, 2022 at 7pm in the Round Room of the Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Three very worthy charities will benefit from the proceeds of the Ball – Aoibhneas, FirstLight and Ruhama.
The evening which is sponsored by Conference & Events Venue at the Mansion House will be one of fine food, music and fundraising in the beautiful and historic Round Room. MC on the evening will be Norah Casey and entertainment will be courtesy of The Camembert Quartet. Tickets for the Ball are priced at €125 each and they can be purchased from the Lord Mayor’s Office or https://bit.ly/CharityBall2022.
Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland said, “we are celebrating the return of the Lord Mayor’s Charity Ball in April to continue its much-needed support for another three charities providing services for the people of Dublin. This year the charities who will benefit from the Ball are Aoibhneas working to empower women and their families to live in freedom and safety from domestic abuse; FirstLight offering support and counselling to families experiencing the sudden death of a child and Ruhama a unique national NGO providing support for women and girls impacted by prostitution and sex trafficking. I applaud the work done by these three charities and have seen it first-hand. Thanks to the partnership between my office and Padraic O’Kane of the Conference & Events Venue and FIRE Restaurant every cent raised by the Ball goes directly to these brilliant charities.”
Padraic O’Kane of The Round Room at The Mansion House, FIRE Steakhouse & Bar and SOLE Seafood & Grill added, “we are delighted to return after the short break to continue our partnership with the Office of the Lord Mayor of Dublin in supporting the annual Lord Mayor’s Ball for 2022 in the historical Round Room. This is always an amazing and fun evening and along with the support of our key suppliers, we collectively are in a position to ensure that all the donations including the full price collected from ticket sales goes directly to the three chosen charities for 2022.”
Source: Dublin City Council