Racing for Rosabel Virtual Best Dressed at the Galway Races

‘Racing for Rosabel’ Virtual Best Dressed in aid of Rosabel’s Rooms is back for its fourth year. It will take place on Wednesday 28th July taking entries throughout the day. Style enthusiasts, both gals and guys, will have the opportunity to win some amazing prizes valued at €5000.  Best dressed lady herself Fiona Morgan Coleman with Top Makeup Artist Ally Mc Ginn along with one of Galway Race week’s most popular milliner Gillian Duggan will be judging all the style.

The categories on the day are:

Best Dressed Lady – Event and Online – €1000 voucher Eyre Square Shopping Centre including Diesel, Vero Moda, Newlook, GOSH, Greenes, QPARK, Specsavers and Hair & Beauty Company.

Best Headpiece – Event and Online – Headpiece by top milliner Gillian Duggan, Stunning piece from Leufer’s Jewellers, Tuam, Luxury Kerastase Hamper from from Barry’s hair studio.

Best dressed Gent – €750 voucher from Wolf & West Menswear, Oranmore

Family Affair (this would allow children to get involved too!) – a night stay in the Connacht Hotel’s Cruiser with brunch in Hyde Bar, Galway.

How to enter:

Donate a minimum of €10 to Rosabel’s Rooms on the official Go Fund me Page Racing for Rosabel

Send your image by PM to Fiona Morgan Coleman, Gillian Duggan Milliner or Ally McGinn for judging, using #racingforrosabel on all images. Upload to any of your social media platforms using #racingforrosabel and tag Connacht Hotel, Rosabel’s Rooms, and the sponsors below. All photos will be considered. (Make sure to include a screenshot of your donation on the GoFund Me Page

Winners announced on Rosabel’s Rooms Facebook Page on Wednesday 28th July at 6pm. All entries must be in by 5pm.

Rosabel’s Rooms is a charity established by parents Suzanne McClean and Gary Monroe in memory of their beloved daughter Rosabel who died suddenly and unexpectedly in April 2017, aged only sixteen months. Rosabel’s Rooms will be family- focused bereavement suites in hospitals around Ireland designed and developed in collaboration with the design and Dignity project at the Irish Hospice Foundation. Rosabel’s Rooms will also be providing therapeutic and financial supports for individuals impacted by child loss. The Room-to-heal fund will provide direct financial support for families in the aftermath of child loss, assisting families to take time off work, pay for the funeral costs etc.