RTÉ Radio 1's The Ray D'Arcy Show wants listeners to allow themselves to be dressed by a child for charity in order to raise funds for LauraLynn Ireland's Children's Hospice. Ryan Tubridy has already taken part.
For #DressedByAChild you must "allow a child complete control of your wardrobe - it could be your son, daughter, niece, nephew or neighbour who can transform you as they wish."
Participants are asked to share the photo on social media, nominate friends and family and donate €4 by texting LAURALYNN to 50300.
D'Arcy nominated Tubridy to take part in the fundraising fun.
D'Arcy said: "LauraLynn is Ireland's only children's hospice and is one of the most deserving charities there is. The work they have to do is both heart-breaking and life-affirming at the same time.
"It's wonderful to think that children can be involved in raising money for children who are less fortunate than themselves."
He continued: "So, surrender yourself to a child in your life and let them dress you for a photo. Post it up on social media and donate by texting LAURALYNN to 50300 and use the #DressedByAChild."
For more on the work of LauraLynn Ireland's Children's Hospice, visit: www.LauraLynn.ie.