Wednesday November 25, 2020

Artists hop to it for March of the Hares children’s fundraiser

All proceeds will go to families of babies with brain damage nationwide

13th March, 2016
A selection of March of the Hares

An Ice Age survivor and Ireland’s oldest known mammal, the hare is the symbol of spring, and 110 of them are on offer in an online auction, the latest project of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation. All proceeds will go to families of babies with brain damage nationwide.

Online bids start at €200, with Pauline Bewick’s The Irish Hare currently leading the field with a bid of €5,059.


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