BODIE's represented on TV3 Leona Smith & Clare Bradley appeared on Ireland AM for TV3 with teacher Ms. Cronin.
It was a busy mid term break for the 'Bring Organ Donation into Education' team. They spent the week filming and editing a video resource for an organ donor teaching pack that they are creating. The pack will be launched at the end of March and a copy sent to every secondary school in the country in time for organ donor week this year.
The Young Social Innovator All Ireland Title Holders are continuing to work on their project Bring Organ Donation into Education. They were invited to visit the Vodafone headquarters in Dublin to meet the CEO of Vodafone Ann O'Leary and to present their project to a large audience of Vodafone employees. The Vodafone Foundation are sponsoring the project and mentoring the students as they continue to develop and produce an organ donor teaching pack for the secondary schools of Ireland.
Congratulations and well done to the “Bring Organ Donation into Education” Young Social Innovation title holders. On Friday the 30th of January three representatives from the team; Clodagh Martin, Clare Bradley and Leona Smith presented their project to a panel of judges at a YSI Dragons Den sponsored by Vodafone. The girls were awarded with a further €1400 in funding for their project. Over the next two months the team will continue to work on the design and production of an organ donation teaching pack. It will be launched at the end of March and a copy sent to every secondary school in the country in time for Organ Donation week this year.