Dublin Ink ‘Lifeline’ Tattoo Raises €7,000 for Merchants Quay Ireland

Dublin Ink announced in late November that they would be raising much needed funds for Merchants Quay Ireland. The Temple Bar tattoo parlour offered their customers a special ‘lifeline’ tattoo, with every euro spent going to MQI. Manager of Dublin Ink, Danielle Robinson, said; “The main thing is trying to help people who’ve been pushed out by society. We are all human, we all have a heartbeat and we should all be helping each other out.”

Dublin Ink had up to seven artists at the studio on the day volunteering their time. Finishing the busy day off with an evening of celebratory drinks, food and music.

The studio chose the ‘lifeline’ tattoo as it is an international symbol of compassion and humanity, and captures Dublin Ink’s support for Dublin’s most vulnerable. The tattoo fundraising initiative launched on 22nd December 2017 and was a huge success, with €7,000 raised for MQI.

Check out the video below to see how the day went for Dublin Ink, and thanks again guys!

Dublin Ink Charity Video

Here's a little video of our charity day here at Dublin Ink in aid of Merchants Quay, homelessness and drug use services. We are delighted to announce that we have raised an estimated €7000 from all your donations, in which every euro goes straight to those who need it most. A huge thank you to all you folk who came down and got tattooed, donated or simply popped by to offer a hand. You've participated in something amazing.Thank you Jayme for taking the time out of your day to make this video for us, and well done to your mum on her first tattoo!Last but not least, a huge thank you to our artists and staff who worked relentlessly all day with a smile on their faces. Very proud of you all xxxHappy Christmas and a happy new year! <3

Geplaatst door Dublin Ink op zaterdag 30 december 2017


Interested in fundraising for Merchants Quay Ireland? Check out our fundraising page for ideas here or get in touch with us at fundraising@mqi.ie if you have your own idea!


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