Now in its 6th year, join lots of other members of the Irish tech and business communities and take to the streets of Dublin for a unique treasure trail, combining outdoor activities with digital media challenges whilst making an impact to the lives of sick children across Ireland.


Date: 18th September 2020 Time: 1pm  

Teams of 5 people are faced with questions, clues and activities around Dublin city. The winning team will be crowned the “Smartest Techies” of 2020. This event unites the Irish tech and business communities to compete in a spy treasure trail where strategy and team work will ultimately determine the winners, all while supporting Temple Street Hospital. The success of this incredible event relies on the participation of companies from all walks of industry, large and small, including both indigenous Irish businesses and multinationals.

T4TS was quite simply one of the most enjoyable and rewarding team-building events Citrix has participated in! Superb organisation from start to finish and we loved the unexpected tasks we came across while completing the trail.” Patti Poole, Area Vice President of Sales, EMEA at Citrix.



T4TS 2020 cancelled

It is with a heavy heart that we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Techies4TempleStreet event, scheduled for Friday, 18th September. 

Those of you have participated in previous Techies challenges will know what a fun, challenging and exciting day it is every year as well as being an important part of the support for sick children and their parents.    

This year, we had moved the event from June to September and revised the format to ensure social distancing and keep all of our teams safe. However, the recent surge in COVID cases, along with the newly-imposed Government restrictions have made even this format impossible so we have no choice but to cancel it. 

Whilst we may not be able to get together this year, we are inviting you to mark #TechiesCelebrationDay on 18th September, when we will be sharing with you and our supporters across Ireland and beyond the incredible impact that your support has had on CHI at Temple Street. Since Techies4TempleStreet was first held in 2015, the event has gone on to raise over €1million to help fund our new Neurology and Renal Unit, revamp our Outpatients’ Department and fund vital, life-saving equipment.  

 Your support has been nothing short of phenomenal and has changed lives!  

The last few months have been extremely challenging for fundraising with our income down which will drastically reduce the level of support that we can give the hospital, from buying equipment to funding ground-breaking paediatric research and providing essential patient and parental supports.

Celebrate Techies

Join us in this celebration of YOU and the difference you have made for sick children on 18th September

  • Watch – We will share a very special impact video just for you direct from Temple Street celebrating the huge advancements that your Techies support has made possible 
  • Listen - Our doctors, nurses and patients will tell their stories from our incredible hospital 
  • Send us - your team’s message of support for our little patients, families and staff to and we will share them on Techies Celebration Day across our social media channels 
  • Share – Ask your friends, colleagues, family to donate and support Temple Street. It's needed now more than ever

Event Partners 2020

  • Leadership Partner
  • AWS
  • Arista
  • Autodesk
  • Philip Lee
  • The FKM Group
  • Arista
  • CPL
  • Mercury Engineering
  • HCL Technologies
  • Workhuman
  • Arthur Cox
  • Linkedin
  • Arkphire
  • Alexion

"A great event, uniting the Irish tech scene, MNCs and Indigenous, strengthening connections and supporting a great cause" - Alan Clarke CEO at Homestay 

Linkedin is excited to take part in the inaugural Techies4TempleStreet treasure hunt, and support the Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. - Sharon McCooey, Senior Dir, Int. Operations, LinkedIn

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