Irish Women in Harmony charity single raises over €215,000 for domestic abuse survivors
The song is a showcase of talented women across the Irish music industry!
The charity single released by Irish Women in Harmony has raised over €215,000 for domestic abuse survivors.
Covering Dreams by The Cranberries, the collective which includes Wyvern Lingo, Soulé, Erica Cody, Aimée and many more were co-ordinated by singer and producer Ruth Anne.
The song was released in order to raise vital funds for SAFE Ireland, a charity that help domestic abuse survivors across the country.
Taking to Twitter, the group celebrated the song's success to date.
"€215,000 raised so far for SAFE Ireland," they began
"WOW. Thank you so much for your generosity and support."
"We are BLOWN AWAY by you all! We hope this money and awareness helps put a stop to domestic abuse," they said.
"We are so thankful to all involved and let’s keep this going."
It came as domestic abuse across Ireland rose by 25 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support SAFE Ireland, and donate €4 now text SAFE to 50300.