It looks like Queen Bey will be making the most of her trip to Ireland this weekend for her Mrs Carter Show World Tour by teaming-up with the Dublin Simon Community.
The 32-year-old Drunk in Love hitmaker is set to join her #BeyGOOD initiative with the Irish charity, which provides services to almost 3,000 people in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow.
Beyoncé took to her Facebook page to confirm the good news, writing: "Its time to #BeyGOOD Ireland! We're proud to partner with DublinSimonCommunity at the upcoming Mrs. Carter Show World Tour dates. To be part of the #BeyGOOD movement, make a donation at the O2 to receive an official #BeyGOOD sticker and earn a chance to be randomly selected for a seat upgrade to the BeyHive or the BeyStage."
The Dublin Simon Community also expressed their delight over the collaboration on their Facebook page, writing: "Dublin simon community is incredibly excited to announce we will once again be partnering with Beyoncé's global charity campaign #BeyGood during the Irish leg of her Mrs Carter Show World Tour 2014."
Beyoncé is set to perform four sold out dates at the O2 Dublin on 8, 9, 11 and 12 March.