Tir Chonaill Harps GAA club in Glasgow are organising a fundraiser this weekend to help raise much needed finance in aid of the Donegal Hospice.
The Donegal Hospice provides extraordinary care for terminally ill patients – and provides great comfort to patients and their families in the most trying of circumstances.
Donegal has always had strong links to Glasgow, and this weekend a huge crowd of the Donegal diaspora now based in Scotland are set to attend the event.
The event will be held at The Kings-Park Hotel, this Friday night with music kicking off at 9pm.
Mark Boyce and friends will be providing the music, and organisers are also delighted to announce that Ann ‘Biddy’ McConigley has also agreed to perform at the fundraiser this weekend.
Tickets for the event are £10 – and it promises to be a great night.
Donegal man Maurice Friel who has been working in the construction industry in Glasgow for decades has helped organise the event.
Friel told Donegal Daily, “It should be a great night’s entertainment, and we’re delighted with the musical line-up we’ve been able to get.
“The Donegal Hospice does such incredible work and the service and care they provide is second to none.
“Tickets are just £10, and as I said it’ll be a great night, so I’m hoping we have a bumper crowd and we raise a good amount for a wonderful organisation which is the Donegal Hospice.Tags: