Two charities will benefit this Christmas thanks to two very generous Universal Artists, Justin Bieber and Imelda May Barretstown and Make a Wish.
Make-A-Wish Ambassador Imelda May released a brand new single, titled ‘Make A Wish’, on November 25th and €0.90 cent from every download will be donated to the charity Make-A-Wish Ireland. Make-A-Wish grants wishes to children between 3- 18 years living in Ireland with a life threatening medical condition. Their wishes turn fantasy into reality.
Global phenomenon Justin Bieber is kicking off the season of giving with his ambitious BELIEVE CHARITY DRIVE calling on fans to contribute to 20 charities around the world, launching an ambitious effort to amass millions of dollars in total donations. The charity that will benefit in Ireland is Barretstown. Justin chose this organization for their emphases on education, youth wellbeing, and, of course, music. Barretstown helps children affected by serious illness and their families in numerous ways. Barretstown provides a unique Therapeutic Recreation programme through a fun, activity based process of challenge, success, reflection and discovery - backed by the medical world - which helps children affected by serious illness regain their confidence and self-esteem.
To handle all the well-meaning online traffic, Justin Bieber is simultaneously launching his redesigned website, www.justinbiebermusic.com. The upgraded site will continue to serve as the premiere destination for all things Justin, including the BELIEVE CHARITY DRIVE.