Dublin Museum Hunt 2014

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We have raised €200! Thank you all so much for participating in Dublin Museum Hunt 2014 and supporting Aware!

The inaugural Dublin Museum Hunt was a fantastic event!  WE LOVE YOUR PICTURES! And we hope to see you all back next year! 

 

THE WINNERS:
  1. Mary and Bernadette Flynn
  2. Sinead Gilsenan and Dermot McCarthy
  3. Emilia Krysztofiak and Johana Vankova

Well done to the following teams, you did a great job too:

  • Sharon Crowley-Imeraj, Aoife Kernan and Leo Imeraj
  • Nora Runneck, Sara Bruno and Melissa Cook
  • Tillie Keogh, Sarah-Jane Houston and Kerrie Danaher
  • Selga Medenieks and Paul Collins
  • Emer O’Carroll, Grace Macdougald, Liam Macdougald and Marin O’Carroll

 

A BIG THANK YOU goes to:

 

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Karolina and Katie with DUBLIN MUSEUM HUNT winners Bernadette and Mary Flynn

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DUBLIN MUSEUM HUNT finale

Pictures from the event and from all the participants will be up soon, watch this space!

 


Dublin Museum Hunt took place on Saturday 21 June 2014 in Dublin. Eight teams hunted for happiness across 12 museums in Dublin.

We all know how important these kind of activities are for our mental health and well-being, especially for those affected by depression. The Dublin Museum Hunt’s aim was to help raise money for an amazing charity, Aware! Since 1985 Aware has been offering support and information for people who experience depression and their families. We explored Dublin museums, enjoyed the adventure and supported this important cause! It’s a scavenger photo-hunt with heart!

Although the event has ended, you can still donate to Aware here!

We will announce the final figure on Monday 23 June 2014.

 

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