SAVE DALRIADA GAELIC

by adhamhobroin in Glasgow

We did it
On 31st August 2015 we successfully raised £10,814 with 283 supporters in 56 days

Making it possible to learn the critically endangered Dalriada Gaelic dialect by collecting all the evidence for it into one handy website

by adhamhobroin in Glasgow

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jennzi 31st August 2015

You are doing an amazing thing Adhamh and I'm glad I could help out. It was amazing to meet you in Quebec City and hear the passion you have for this project. I will be starting my own Gaelic lessons back here in Quebec, and a lot of the reasoning behind that is thanks to you and your love of this language. Jenn Z

denverwhiskytasting 31st August 2015

We had a wonderful evening sampling whiskey and whisky. New friends were made and we raised $180.00 for this wonderful project. Thank you everyone that attended!! Best of Luck Adhamh from your Rocky Mountain Sassenach friends! We will be posting pictures from the event soon. X

dulce.colacios 31st August 2015

All the best, Adhamh! Happy to be able to contribute in some small way to this wonderful endeavor! Can't wait to see it come to fruition.

annetteoflanguagesupport 29th August 2015

Àdhamh, congratulations so far! Thank you for all of your hard work to save the beautiful Gaelic heritage of Dalriada! I have started learning Gaelic myself, being so fascinated by the rich culture and history of your country. I hope to some day learn more about your Dalriada dialect, too. Keep up the great work! Tapadh leibh! Annette Weizsäcker of Language Support

adhamhobroin 24th August 2015

It's done. We've made it. The Launch Night will be on the 25th of September! We hope you can all make it. Gu robh math agaibh! Thanks so much!

tamaidhroden 23rd August 2015

Halo, Ci amar a tha thu ? ( I am trying to say hello and how are you ?) I don't know how to do the accent marks on the desktop computer... haha I've been your twitter friend from the beginning, never thought in my life I would ever get to meet you in person and then magically when my son got married in California you just happened to be close by in West Hollywood with the SoCal Edition and Heather hooked me up and I finally met you, wished I could have hung around. I think your such a wonderful young man with a passion for what you do that blows me away. Praying that you succeed to the highest and that your family is blessed by your efforts.. He's bringing Gaelic back y'all....xxxooo p.s. I'll learn it one day, then maybe a visit to Scotland. your friend Tammy Hinkle Roden

seumas57 23rd August 2015

Bha fhios agam gum b’ urrainn dhuinn a dèanamh e! (I hope that is close to being correct :-)). All the best with your project!

mjquarti 21st August 2015

The realization Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series would not be the same without the Scots Gaelic. So happy to support you in your fine work.

Ced903 21st August 2015

Àdhamh, I really hope you meet your (our) goal! I fell in love with Scotland (and its people) two years ago and learning Gaelic is one of my new interests. Best of luck, Cédric, Brussels, Belgium.

shari.duncan 20th August 2015

Thank you, Àdhamh, for all of your hard work to keep your language alive!! Much appreciated!! Praying the Lord's blessings over you throughout this project. Donation on behalf of my family. ~Russ & Shari Duncan and our 5 kiddos

vlenglish 19th August 2015

Àdhamh, best of luck to you in your efforts. I was sorry to miss your event in Los Aneles with the SoCal group earlier this year, but hope to meet you one day.

vic_canuck 19th August 2015

It was lovely to meet you recently in Quebec City. I love your passion for the Gaelic language. I've recently taken an interest in learning it myself..maybe one day..this dialect as well. I wish I could have donated more!!

debbie.millar 19th August 2015

My business just went down the drain and exchange rate 20.1 Rand to Pound (Arghhh). Hope to see (and use) this website up and running before my relocation back to UK (or maybe even Scotland Lol)

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name in donation roll of honour on website + thank you email

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name in donation roll of honour on website + personalised thank you email

£50 or more

£50 Reward

name in donation roll of honour on website + personalised thank you email + entry to launch event

£75 or more

£75 Reward

name in donation roll of honour on website + personalised thank you email + entry to launch event + entry to Cowal's Gaelic Heritage walk with Àdhamh

£100 or more

£100 Reward

name in donation roll of honour on website + personalised thank you email + entry to launch event + entry to Cowal's Gaelic Heritage Walk with Àdhamh + half-hr 1-1 Skype lesson in the dialect with Àdhamh

£250 or more

£250 Reward

name in donation roll of honour on website + personalised thank you email + entry to launch event + entry to Cowal's Gaelic Heritage walk with Àdhamh + 1hr 1-1 Skype lesson in the dialect with Àdhamh + entry to the museum at Auchindrain for first five donations

£500 or more

£500 Reward

name in donation roll of honour on website + personalised thank you email + entry to launch event + entry to Cowal's Gaelic Heritage walk with Àdhamh + 2 x 1hr 1-1 Skype lesson in the dialect with Àdhamh + entry & lunch at the museum at Auchindrain (first 5 donations)

£1,000 or more

£1,000 Reward

name in donation roll of honour on website + personalised thank you email + entry to launch event + entry to Cowal's Gaelic Heritage walk + 2 x 1hr Skype lesson in the dialect with Àdhamh + guided tour of dialect area with Àdhamh + guided tour of the museum at Auchindrain for first donation only

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