Friends of Glória

A BIG THANK YOU to all who renewed their 2017/2018 ‘Friends of Glória’ memberships and welcome to our new ‘Friends’. We hope to see you in St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Friday 15th December, 2017, and appreciate your support as we look forward to another busy year ahead. 

Join the “Friends of Glória” and be part of a special group who support our choir, our artistic aims and educational objectives and our fun concert events. By becoming a “Friend of Glória” you are also supporting our outreach, campaigns and support for other charities. Please click on this link to see the long list of charities and campaigns we have supported with the help of our “Friends”. You can become a “Friend of Glória” directly via this webpage underneath  or you  may also join by downloading an application form and returning it with your payment/proof of payment. If paying by bank transfer, use GloriaFriends as your reference.

The following are our bank transfer details

Permanent TSB, Grafton St.

Bank ID (BIC) IPBSIE2D
IBAN: IE63IPBS99062586927703

Gloria DLGC is a registered charity and we are registered with Revenue and with the Charities Regulatory Authority. Our charity registration number is 20056117

Membership Levels & Benefits

BRONZE: €50 (Individual Member)

An opportunity to support Glória Dublin’s Gay & Lesbian Choir. Receive information on all  our concerts and events. Be an invited guest and receive complimentary tickets for the annual Christmas concert with reserved seating . Receive priority booking advance booking for all other concerts and events.

 

SILVER: €100 (Company/Family Member)

In addition to Bronze benefits:

Be an inivted guest with 4 complimentary tickets for the Annual Christmas concert with reserved seating,

Receive a copy of one of our CDs.

 

 

 

 

PLATINUM: €500 (Corporate Member)

In addition to other benefits :

  • In total 6 complimentary tickets for the Annual Christmas Concert in reserved seating
  • Quarter page advertisement in Christmas and Summer concert programmes
  •  2 quarter-page advertisements in Christmas and Summer Concert Programmes from 201 Use of the ‘Friends of Gloria’ logo at your company events and presentations
  • A special reduced rate for a Gloria DLGC performance at one of your company events per year
  • An opportunity to enhance your company’s Diversity and Inclusion profile by association with Gloria DLGC, and your Corporate Social Responsibility commitment by supporting a registered charity.

Involvement with Glória will enhance a company’s Diversity Policy and Strategy.  As stated by National Competitiveness Council, 2009: “Diversity provides a richer cultural experience for citizens and visitors bringing with it openness to new ideas and wider markets and customers. As highlighted by Richard Florida, diverse and tolerant cities are more likely to attract the skilled workers who possess the “creative capital” required to power knowledge economies”

 

 

 

 

Current “Friends of Glória”

Honorary:

Martina Malone,

Belinda Moller,

Anna Nolan,

David Norris,

Rory O’Neill

Carole Nelson

Liz Powell

Michael Finlay

John Francis Murphy

 

Platinum

Bank of Ireland

Dublin City University (DCU)

EY

Paypal

Sodexo

 

Silver

Patricia Barker

Julian Benson

Noel Buckley & Noel Drumgole

Ross Flanagan

Valerie Freeman

Paddy Glennon

Brian Griffin

Shay Hennessy

Mary Kelly

Walt Kilroy

Olivia McEvoy & Joan O’Brien

Ray O’Neill

John & Olga Packham

Keith Perdue

Michael Roche

Richard Skelton

Ray Simmons

Thomas Philip Smith

 

BRONZE

Catherine Anderson

Tony Barrett

David Caron

Tara Carton

Aiden Creavin

John Crowley

Richard Deane

Barry Dowling

Hugh Fahey

Jackie Golden

Ann Marie Greevy

Margaret Guerin

Michael Hayes

Alan Hennessy

Colin Hennessy

Richard Hennessy

Ciaran Hennessy

Declan Hennessy

Orla Howard

Mark Kilkenny

Elizabeth Kirwan

Michael J McCann

John McElligott

Ann McGann

Ann McGovern

Mary Martin

Rosy Masterson

John Meehan

William Wedge & Colm O’Boyle

Deidre O’Byrne

John O’Leary

Michael O’Reilly

Eva Rodriguez

Ailbhe Smyth