Supporting Men’s Aid Ireland

Men’s Aid Ireland is a registered charity. We had planned a national fundraising drive in 2020. Due to the Corona Virus these events are now on hold.

We are asking for your support now more than ever as our Helplines experience an increase in calls as families are forced to stay home in uncomfortable environments or dads are not gaining access to see their children.

Make a Donation

You can make a donation by clicking on any of the buttons below. Your generosity is appreciated.

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Fundraising

Alternatively, you can support Men’s Aid Ireland through fundraising initiatives by becoming a fundraiser for us.

This can take many forms such as:

Take on a sponsored challenge

Sign up for a running, cycling, or triathlon event and use your hard work and training to support us.

Organise a fundraising event

  • Bag packing – phone your local supermarket to book a date to pack bags at the checkout. Pick a busy day and get your friends involved as helpers.
  • Play a gig, put on a play or other performance and donate the proceeds
  • Organise a donation from your workplace,
  • Organise a coffee morning among your friends or colleagues
  • Organise a bake sale
  • Provide services associated with your occupation on a donation basis, for instance counselling, legal advice, cookery skills or mindfulness classes.
  • Hold a pub quiz

Grants & Awards

Men’s Aid Ireland relies heavily on grants and awards from local authorities, companies, membership organisations and private donors. Without this support, we would be unable to provide the level of service and the range of activities currently on offer to our clients.

If you would like to support Men’s Aid Ireland in the work that it does in helping men experiencing domestic abuse in their relationships, then we would love to hear from you. All support is very welcome. We are also always looking for volunteers or those with expertise in areas such as IT, marketing, Finance or HR who have some time to give to us.

Legacy Giving

Are you putting off the vital process of making a will? We would also like to encourage you to consider leaving a gift to your favourite charity in your will and pass on an ever-lasting gift when you are gone.

What your legacy means to us – Once you have looked after your loved ones, any gift however large or small would make a real and lasting difference to the lives of men and their families experiencing – and escaping – domestic abuse. Your gift would help sustain our support services to all men, providing practical information, legal orders, family court procedures, court assistance and psychotherapy. Ultimately, your gift will increase awareness, education and direct protections for men and their families, working towards the day no man or family member experiences domestic abuse.

Types of Legacy

  • A residual legacy: a share or percentage of your whole estate. This means that however much your financial circumstances change, the proportion of your estate that each person receives will stay the same. Usually it is shown as a percentage of what is left of your estate once all expenses, debts and specific gifts have been taken out.
  • A pecuniary legacy: a fixed sum of money.
  • Specific gifts or bequests: personal possessions, including property.

Tax efficient giving

Legacies are an extremely tax-efficient way to give to charity. In fact, legacies to charity are completely free of Inheritance Tax. So Men’s Aid Ireland would receive 100% of any gift you choose to leave.

Please call us on 01-5543811 or e-mail us at [email protected] for more information.