Rosabel’s Ball To Take Place on Her Sixth Anniversary in Aid of Rosabel’s Rooms
A Poignant Tribute to Remember Rosabel as Sile Seoige to guest MC at Rosabel’s Ball
On the weekend of little Rosabel Monroe’s 6th anniversary, a black-tie ball will take place in her honour in the beautiful surroundings of the Hardiman Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway.
The MC for Rosabel’s Ball on Saturday 22nd April is broadcaster and mum of two Síle Seoige. A huge supporter of the charity Sile said; “I am delighted to be part of such a wonderful evening. The charity does amazing work for so many families at the worst time in their lives. I am looking forward to seeing lots raised on the night”.
Guests will enjoy a drinks reception with Silkie Whiskey, Dingle Gin and Poachers tonic and a delicious signature cocktail from Coole Swan.
There will be a delicious four course meal prepared by the award-winning chef at the Hardiman Hotel, and music from the recently reunited The Wilful will have guests on their feet all night. There will be many surprises throughout the evening as well as opportunities to bag yourself a gift from so many businesses throughout the country supporting this amazing cause.
About Rosabel’s Rooms:
Rosabel’s Rooms is a Galway based child loss project that has become a national initiative, in collaboration with The Irish Hospice Foundation. It was established by Gary Monroe and Suzanne McClean in memory of their beloved daughter, Rosabel Monroe, who died suddenly and unexpectedly in April 2017, aged just sixteen months.
Rosabel’s Mum and founder of the charity Suzanne said, “We work with families around Ireland who lose a child from stillbirth to 21 years, no matter what the cause of death, including stillbirth, cot death, childhood cancer, pre-existing conditions, suicide, road traffic accidents etc.
“Our Room-to-Heal Fund provides financial support to help with funeral costs, taking time off work to grieve, or whatever the needs of the family might be, e.g., a break away with their other children, who are experiencing the devastating trauma of losing a sibling.
“Our Room-to-Talk Fund enables anyone impacted by child loss to attend for therapy free of charge, with one of our listed skilled and experienced psychotherapists or psychologists, located in every county in Ireland.
“Now more than ever we need your support. We want to help these families for as long as we can, in Rosabel’s name.”
Tickets are €100 and are available online at Tickets to Rosabel’s Ball
You can also contact event organiser Caroline Downey at 0874482070 or firstname.lastname@example.org