A Wexford man is raising money for Crumlin's Children's Hospital through Christmas trees.
Peadar Waters from Bunclody, Co. Wexford is donating three euro for every tree he sells from his plantation.
It's the second year the 'Emily Tree Fundraiser' has been run, which last year raised over €5,000.
People can also get involved online by visiting the fundraiser's Facebook page here.
Speaking to Beat News, Peadar explained how it got started;
"We have Christmas trees which we're now selling in conjunction with Crumlin childrens hospital. We donate three euro from every standard tree sold.
We started planting trees back in 2012/13 and we got involved with Crumlin then shortly after we lost our daughter. And we chose them because of the love and care we received from them during Emily's short time there."
Peadar's aiming to beat last year's total and says it's going great so far;
"Last year it exceeded four and half to five thousand euros so it was great and we're hoping to top that again this year, doens't matter if it's only by a euro. Doesn't matter, everybody is great and everyone is donating so we can't complain."