The Lord Mayor of Dublin Nial Ring is hosting the Lord Mayor’s Charity Ball on Saturday 26th January 2019 in the Round Room at the Mansion House. He will host the Ball for three charities with monies raised being split between them. Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind is one of these charities! The Conference & Events Venue at the Mansion House (The Round Room and Fire Restaurant) and the Lord Mayor’s Office sponsor the Ball meaning that all monies raised go directly to the three charities.
2019 will be particularly special as the Ball is being held in the Round Room just 5 days after we commemorate the holding of the first meeting of Dáil Éireann in that room on 21st January 1919.
Lord Mayor Nial Ring said, “Hosting this Charity Ball will be one of the highlights of my year in office and the three charities which will benefit makes it more special. I know of the wonderful support Hugh’s House gives to families of children who are long term in-patients at nearby Temple Street Hospital. The Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind do exactly what it says on the tin! My family have participated in the puppy training programme and it is great to be able to support this life-changing service to the visually impaired. Everyone is aware of the vital role the Jack and Jill Foundation plays in the lives of families of children requiring intensive home nursing needs or, sadly, needing end of life care. Because of the partnership of my office with Padraic O’Kane of the Conference & Events Venue and FIRE Restaurant every cent raised goes directly to these brilliant charities.”
How to Buy A Ticket:
Tickets cost €125 per person and can be purchased through the Dublin City Council Website.
- Click into Dublin City Council Payments Site
- From list of options choose “Other Payments”
- Select “Charity Ball”
- Select “Lord Mayor’s Charity Ball”
- Please Mention Irish Guide Dogs in the Message Box
Photos by Conor McCabe Photography.