Picture This team up with TV3 for Take My Hand Christmas appeal

Irish band Picture This have teamed up with TV3 to launch their Christmas appeal in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital.

The duo feature in a special music video, along with some other Irish celebrities, kids, doctors and nurses from the Children’s Hospital, singing to their hit Take My Hand.

The public is being urged to get behind the campaign and donate €2 to Temple Street Hospital by posting a picture of the words “Take My Hand”, written on the palm of their hand and texting the word ‘Song’ to 50300.

All the money raised will go directly to Temple Street and the campaign will close on December 22 when Ireland AM will broadcast live from the hospital.

The final amount of money raised will be announced on the 23rd December on Ireland AM.

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