Wexford Festival Opera and Barnardos

Wexford Festival Opera are delighted to partner with Barnardos. Barnardos have 400 brand new dress suits for sale to help raise money for this vital charity. With promotional help from Wexford Festival Opera, Barnardos are offering people an affordable way to dress up for this internationally renowned Opera Festival, while benefiting the children and families Barnardos works with.

Wexford Festival Opera and Barnardos

Dress suits cost just €65 and are available through the channels below.

How to buy a Tuxedo:

1. Call Barnardos Shops on 01 8612070


2. Call into your local Barnardos shop to place your order. You can find a list of Barnardos shop locations here - http://www.barnardos.ie/contact/shop-locations.html


3. Visit website www.barnardos.ie

 

About Barnardos

Barnardos supports children whose well-being is under threat, by working with them, their families and communities and by campaigning for the rights of children. Barnardos was established in Ireland in 1962 and is Ireland’s leading independent children’s charity. 

For more information, visit their website and social media pages:
www.barnardos.ie
https://www.facebook.com/barnardosireland
@barnardos_IRL


Some further information on Barnardos

Barnardos goal is to make Ireland the best place in the world to be a child. Every day in our 40 projects across Ireland we work with almost 6,000 children and families whose lives are marred by issues such as poverty, neglect and educational disadvantage.  We work with children of different ages and support them and their families in various aspects of their lives.
The problem is not so large that it cannot be solved.  Barnardos is urging the government to look at investing in early intervention and prevention measures so that we’re not trying to solve problems after they spiral out of control. All the research shows that the return on investing in a child early is huge. With a bit of support early in their lives, children are more likely to stay in school, get a job, stay out of trouble, pay taxes, send their own children to school.  It’s a win-win for everyone – for the child, for society and for the economy.