Ataxia Ireland is a voluntary organisation and donations are sought to assist with research and activities such as the respite break, events and patient support.
Donations can be made via Feepay (see below) or directly to:
4 Leopardstown Business Centre
Phone: +353 1 29 99 033
Fax: +353 1 29 99 055
Send a Text and Support Ataxia Ireland's Awareness Campaign
TEXT “ATAXIA” TO 50300 TO DONATE €4 NOW!
People living with an Ataxia benefit enormously from the many services provided by Ataxia Ireland. “Help us to continue helping them”
Please send a text to 50300
100% of your €4 donation goes to Ataxia Ireland across most network providers. Some providers apply VAT which means a minimum of €3.26 will go to Ataxia Ireland
Helpline Likecharity: 01-4433890
Direct Debit Donation
Alternatively, if you would like to donate on a regular basis please print out the attached form (below) and send the original to your bank and either post or fax a copy to Ataxia Ireland – details as above.
All donations, no matter how small, will be greatly appreciated and each will be acknowledged.
Tax Relief under Donations Scheme
If you do not already have one in place, please consider starting a Standing Order for Ataxia Ireland – a mere €250 per annum (€21 per month), with tax refunds under the Donations Scheme, will yield €362 for our charity.
There are two separate forms as follows:-
- CHY3 – valid for Direct Debit/Standing Orders of €250 or more. (This is an Enduring Certificate which lasts for up to 5 years)
- CHY4 – valid for all donations from 2013 of €250 or more.
Many thanks for your co-operation.
Please consider including Ataxia Ireland in your will so that we can continue to help those who need assistance in dealing with their disability on a day-to-day basis.
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People living with an Ataxia benefit enormously from the many services provided by Ataxia Ireland.
Help us to continue helping them