Meet Our Ambassadors
This summer, Ultimate Hell Week’s Ray Goggins and Pete the Builder are daring people across Ireland to be brave and raise vital, life-saving funds for sick children. They are calling on us all to be brave this year, by taking part in part adrenaline-inducing challenges, which support sick children and their families in Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin, Temple Street, Tallaght and Connolly.
The Double Dare Challenge
Not only are they Ray and Pete daring the people of Ireland to be brave; they are also daring each other! Keep an eye out on Children’s Health Foundation’s social media channels to see what challenges Ray and Pete will be taking on!
And you can join in on the fun too! All you need to do is to sign up to a Dare to be Brave challenge and then dare your friend, colleague or family member to take part on your social media channels! Make sure to tag Children’s Health Foundation when daring people to be brave.
On signing up to Dare to be Brave, Ray Goggins said “I am delighted to team up with Children’s Health Foundation to help spread the word about the exciting new series of “Dare to be Brave” adventure series. This series will raise money that will help so many sick children and families from right across Ireland. As a proud Ambassador for the series, I would like to call on everyone to be brave this summer, get out of your comfort zones, and take on one or more of the challenges! Not only that, but I’m daring Pete Finn to take on a challenge and raise vital funds for sick children!”
Launching the Double Dare Challenge, Pete Finn said “I can’t believe Ray has dared me to be brave, but I am up for the challenge! Hopefully it won’t be as bad as the trials in Ultimate Hell Week, but raising funds for Children’s Health Foundation will make the experience worthwhile. With that, I’m turning the tables and daring Ray to take on a challenge with me! See you at the start line Ray!”
This summer, Ultimate Hell Week’s Ray Goggins and Pete the Builder are daring people across Ireland to be brave and raise vital, life-saving funds for sick children.