'Breakfast at Tiffany's' fun
Published 27/02/2013 | 04:00
Deloitte & Touche consultant Fiona O'Connor and her 16-year-old daughter Lucy have come up with an unusual way of raising funds for Habitat for Humanity ahead of a trip to Mozambique by Lucy later this year to help on a home building project.
The mother and daughter team are inviting women with their mothers, sisters, daughters or nieces to dress up and have some fun at the National Concert Hall for a private viewing of the ever popular film 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'.
The March 19 event will start with champagne and canapes and end with the usual raffle with prizes from corporate sponsors.
Ms O'Connor (pictured) is well known to many through her work on Boardmatch, a group that matches business leaders with charities in need of financial expertise, and more recently as a headhunter for Deloitte & Touche.
The Punt is too long in the tooth for this sort of thing but anybody who would like to attend the evening organised by the O'Connors should know that they are hoping for a ticket donation of €60 per person or €50 each for two or more tickets.
Anybody interested in going along should email firstname.lastname@example.org.