BUILDMOLANÓIGE LAUNCHES FUNDRAISING SINGLE AND VIDEO ‘SROOHIL’ AS PART OF ITS CONTINUING 12 MONTH CAMPAIGN TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE BUILDING OF A NEW SCHOOL FOR MOL AN ÓIGE STEINER NATIONAL SCHOOL.
Wednesday May 1st 2013, Ennistymon, County Clare, Ireland.
BuildMolAnÓÍge is launching its new charity single ‘Sroohil’ at Teach Ceoil, Ennistymon, County Clare at 2pm on Wednesday May 1st 2013.
The song was written by Fran Fray, a parent from the school, and is performed by Fran Fray & Hearts & Hands - a group of musicians formed from parents and friends of the school.
BuildMolAnÓige project manager Stuart Woolley said “This is a very exciting time for us. In just six weeks we have written and recorded a song which is now ready for release. Add to that, we also have a professionally made video produced by local film maker Fergus Tighe featuring children from Mol an Óige. We’re hoping that the words and music from ‘Sroohil’ will resonate with people around the world and bring them to buy our song and share in the dream we have for our children.”
All profits go directly to the BuildMolAnÓige campaign.
NOTE TO EDITOR
A broadcast quality version of the full video and a high quality MP3 copy of the song are available on application to buildmolanoige.org.
‘Sroohil’ is available for download from iTunes, Google Play, and many other digital download services. It is also available via streaming from Spotify.
You may also preview our video in advance and listen to the song online at
For further information please contact Stuart
via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
BuildMolAnÓige are a group of parents who have gotten together to raise the €2 million necessary to fund the building of a new school for Mol an Óige Steiner NS at Sroohil, Ennistymon. They intend to raise the funds by harnessing the power of social media and people power to get across their message to as many sympathetic people as possible. “One million people giving just €2 each.”
About Mol an Óige Steiner National School
Mol an Óige Steiner National School uses the Steiner-Waldorf approach to implement the Primary School Curriculum and has grown from 11 pupils on formation 8 years ago to over 120 today. Currently the school is in portable buildings on a borrowed site and is desperately in need of new facilities.