The single features over thirty of Ireland's most exciting female artists. Some are legacies in themselves and some are emerging talents, but all of them are integral to the rich and diverse culture of Irish music. When RuthAnne decided to cover 'Dreams' for Safe Ireland, she never expected she would have such a groundswell of support and interest from other Irish artists.
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Check out the beautiful video here and stream the single across your favourite platforms to help us raise much needed funds for Safe Ireland txt SAFE to to donate 4euro or click the donation button here to donate. Watch and share this video and support. Domestic violence has been on the rise since lockdown began so it's so important that you keep supporting the work organisations like Safe Ireland do. You can donate directly and also by continuing to support the Irish Women in Harmony campaign. The money raised will go to help Safe Ireland continue their mission of changing the culture and transforming the response to domestic violence. Jump to.
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The collective has come together to raise desperately needed support for Safe Ireland, helping women and children living in crisis. More importantly, we wanted to come together as the Irish Women in Harmony to raise awareness and funds for a charity close to all of our hearts, Safe Ireland, who support domestic abuse victims and survivors. Dolores was an influence and inspiration to all of us so we wanted to pay homage to her. As our country begins to open up, our services are expecting that many more women and children who have been living in intolerable situations with their abusers for weeks now will reach out for support and safety. The funding generated by Irish Women in Harmony will go directly to women and children through our services, to help them find the safety and freedom they need and deserve.
Women in Harmony covered Dreams to raise funds and awareness for Safe Ireland, a charity working with women and children experiencing domestic violence. Women helping women. That was the idea behind the single Irish Women in Harmony have released, a cover of the Cranberries song Dreams. The singer RuthAnne, aka Ruth-Anne Cunningham, decided to do the cover to raise funds and awareness for Safe Ireland, an organisation that provides support for women and children who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse. As it turns out, 38 of them did. They stood in front of microphones in their homes across the locked-down country and sang. They played keyboard, violin, guitar, cello, double bass, drums.