UCD Culture & Engagement and the Employee Engagement Network, in association with UCD Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, present
UCD Oskars 2019
Wednesday, 29 May 2019, 7.30pm O’Reilly Hall, Belfield
Tickets on sale now at €15
Proceeds in aid of Special Olympics Ireland, UCD Volunteers Overseas and UCD Champions Fund. Kindly supported by Affinity Advisors.
Come and support your colleagues and friends and see their take on Bridesmaids, Sister Act, Taken, Father Ted, The Snapper and Forrest Gump. Watch the films, vote for your favourite and applaud your colleagues & friends. Bar facilities available on the night. This evening is not suitable for children.
Buy your tickets now via UCD Booking Centre. When you book you can support an individual film with their fundraising target.
Please print your confirmation email and bring on the night as this is your ticket. Where multiple tickets are purchased the total sum paid divided by €15 indicted how many tickets you have, eg: €30 indicates you have bought 2 tickets (all must enter the hall at the same time).
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More about our charities
Special Olympics Ireland is a year-round sports training and competition programme for people with an intellectual disability. UCD employees identified this charity as the one they would like to support following a process to establish an external charity of choice for the UCD community.
UCD Volunteers Overseas has to date supported over 1,500 UCD student volunteers to engage in environmental, educational, healthcare, construction and computer training projects in disadvantaged communities overseas.
UCD Champions Scholarship Fund allows UCD staff, alumni and friends to provide life-changing scholarships for students from disadvantaged communities who may otherwise not have the means to reach their potential, as well as students with a disability. The fund also provides vital student supports in other areas such as mental health.