Thank you very much for your interest in supporting our work. There are many ways to make a donation to ChildFund Ireland:
Name of Account: ChildFund Ireland
Bank Address: Bank Of Ireland, O’Connell St, Dublin 1
BIC Code: BOFI IE2D
IBAN Code: IE50 BOFI 90003368054267
You can decide how you want to support ChildFund Ireland’s work, choosing where your contribution should go to. Please see some options below:
Your contribution to our Emergency Response Fund allows us to respond effectively and immediately when an emergency occurs in any country where we work at. ChildFund was heavily involved in responding to the Typhoon Haiyan disaster which devastated the Philippines in 2013. In January 2015 ChildFund received a prestigious international humanitarian award for its Ebola relief efforts, which included airlifting three shipments of critically needed medical supplies to West Africa and the setting of an interim care centre in Liberia for children who had lost parents or caregivers to Ebola. When the devastating earthquakes struck Nepal in April 2015, ChildFund was quick in responding to the emergency, working with other aid agencies and local authorities to assist children and families affected – providing emergency food and non-food supplies, setting up Child-Centred Spaces, and creating temporary shelters. Being able to respond swiftly in an emergency is absolutely crucial to saving lives, and your donation can help us do that.
The Dream Bike initiative is designed to help vulnerable girls in developing countries get to school safely and on time. Just €100 can make a huge impact: it buys a girl a bicycle and provides her with the opportunity to continue her education and development. Your donation to the Dream Bike campaign can make a substantial and meaningful difference to the life of a child for whom a proper education can be a gateway to a better quality of life. Read more here and here.
Sponsoring a child is a unique experience and allows you to contribute in an unparalleled way to the life of another human being. For more information, see Why Sponsor?
A general, unrestricted donation provides the flexibility for ChildFund to quickly allocate funds wherever need is greatest, funding gaps exist, or costs cannot be met from other funding sources.
Direct Action donations are used to fund immediate, small-scale interventions in areas such as:
Find out about our current Direct Action project
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If you wish to contribute in any other way, we will be more than happy to accommodate your request – simply contact us by your preferred method. Other ways that supporters of ChildFund Ireland have chosen to have their contribution distributed in the past are as follows:
Donation ON BEHALF of someone
If you want to mark a special occasion (such as the birth of a child, a christening, a graduation, etc.) or remember a beloved one in a positive and impactful way, please consider making a donation to ChildFund Ireland. Your donation will contribute to our programmes in education, healthcare, water, food, child protection and more. Let us know who the donation is on behalf of and we can send them a card to celebrate this special moment.
Make a major donation
You can fund a specific child-focused project in one of the countries where we work. A major donation is a once-off donation in excess of €3,000. Such large donations help us to plan ahead and also provide opportunities for us to leverage further funding from institutional donors. This means we can make significant and sustainable impacts on the lives of the children and the communities we work with.
Your hard earned money will bring about lasting change in the lives of very vulnerable children in the developing world while enhancing your company’s reputation locally. Corporate donations are considered business expenses and can therefore be set against your company’s tax liability. Corporate involvement with ChildFund can also be extended to involve your staff through sponsorship, other fundraising or gifts.
Leave a legacy
By remembering ChildFund in your Will, you will leave a legacy that lasts for generations. Your donation can be the gift of a lifetime that changes the difficult, and sometimes tragic, reality faced by so many children. Our vision is a world where children are happy and free to enjoy their childhood. Gifts in Wills, no matter how big or small, can make a huge difference to the work we do by enabling us to develop long-term plans which will help make this vision a reality for children. Your gift can provide children – and generations to come – with life essentials, such as clean water, nutritious food, healthcare, education, protection and more. It will enable you to continue supporting the work we do beyond your own lifetime.
Making a Will and keeping it up-to-date is one of the most important actions you will ever take. It ensures that all those you care about benefit from your generosity when you are gone. So when the time is right for you and after taking care of your loved ones, we ask that you consider leaving a gift to ChildFund Ireland in your Will.
If you would like more information, please contact us and we would be very happy to speak to you.
If you would like more information about any of the options listed above, please contact us and we would be very happy to speak to you or to send you more information.