Harley Davidson up for grabs
The last woman left standing on the second series of The Apprentice, Geraldine O’Callaghan, recently launched the ‘Live the Dream’ national draw to raise up to €70,000 for Temple Street Hospital.
‘Live the Dream' - a group of biker enthusiasts who regularly ride across the USA to raise money for good causes - have put up two major prizes to raise funds for Temple Street Hospital.
Temple Street Hospital will benefit from the proceeds of a national draw which see the top prize being a choice of a Harley Davidson Electra Glide or a Honda Goldwing, both ultimate dream machines with a value of €28,000.
The draw will help the 140-year-old Children’s Hospital, which caters for children from across the country. The delays in providing the new National Children’s Hospital sees Temple Street rely on the ongoing generosity of the public to support its services and maintain and supply new equipment.
Children who are living with serious brain and spinal conditions are set to benefit from the draw as the proceeds will go directly to Temple Street’s Neurosurgery Appeal. The monies will aid in the treatment of brain tumours, brain haemorrhages and spinal issues such as malformation or injury.
Keen motorcyclist Martin Breen has organised the draw where tickets are €50 a piece. The draw is limited to 1,500 nationwide and hopes to raise close to €70,000 for Temple Street. Further prizes include €2,000 cash, a Glens of Scotland Motorcycle tour for two, Bike World voucher for €600, and shopping voucher for €400 and driving lessons.
Tickets can be purchased online by calling 087-6031277 or from the Facebook page LiveTheDream.
Geraldine O’Callaghan was first on our screens as the last woman standing in second series of The Apprentice. Since then Geraldine has carved out a career in media through regular guest appearances on TV3’s Xpose, Midday and Ireland AM as well as making a number of TV shows and documentaries with TV3.
Geraldine also has her own radio piece on Dublin’s 98fm called ‘Ger’s Dublin’ and she is a regular guest on Ryan Tubridy and Derek Mooney radio shows on RTÉ. As well as this she is a published columnist who has written for a number of newspapers and magazines.
The draw will take place on the weekend of 14 July and tickets will also be on sale at biking events between now and then.