Wonderful Stella and Dot Fundraiser
We would like to thank Louise O'Regan, her sister Ruth Cregan and Marie McGrath. Louise has just gotten in touch to let us know the following
"Last October, my sister Ruth Cregan very kindly offered to host a Stella&dot jewellery party in aid of 22q11 Ireland. Ruth is an independent stylist for Stella & dot @ www.stelladot.eu/ruthcregan .
When hosting a show, Ruth arrives with all the latest stunning pieces of jewellery, bags and scarves from the Stella & dot collection.
Friday night the 24th October, was the night I hosted the show in my home. All the ladies who came along had great fun trying on earrings, necklaces, bracelets and scarves from the fantastic range on display while also having the chance to catch up and chat with friends. A lovely way to spend an evening.
Everybody bought something that night and Ruth was on hand the whole time to give excellent advice and styling ideas. Ruth very generously had a raffle at the end of the evening with a first prize of a 100 euro to spend on Stella & dot, a second prize of over 80 euro to spend on Stella & dot plus several spot prizes of necklaces and scarves that were raffled off to some very happy ladies.
Everyone really enjoyed themselves and it was a great success for raising money and awareness for 22q11 deletion syndrome. All proceeds from the Stella & dot sales went directly to 22q11 Ireland. I am delighted to say that a total of 400 euro was raised on the night. I am so proud and grateful to my sister Ruth Cregan for making it all happen.
A special word of thanks also to Marie McGrath. Marie always drives the Cloyne ladies to every running race/event and social night throughout the year. A group of us clubbed together to give her some 'petrol money' and in typical Marie style she very generously donated it to 22q11 Ireland.
Thank you Ruth, Marie and all the ladies who came to the Stella & dot show, your support and kindness is very much appreciated x.
On behalf of everyone we'd like to Thank Everyone Involved. What would we do without our fantastic fundraisers?