Thank You Wall

Thank you to all those who take the time and effort to fundraise for Men’s Aid, to raise awareness of Male Domestic Violence and to help us provide a more hopeful future for the men and their children who come to us for support.

We are committed to helping each person who contacts us. However, we are in need of increased resources in order to ensure our services meet the demand. Like all charities, we rely heavily on donations and the Covid-19 situation has meant that most planned fundraising events have been cancelled.

Please send us your pictures so we can post a thank you.

Killarney 3

The LCA 6 class in Killarney Community College completed a campaign to promote awareness of the issue of domestic abuse. As part of the campaign they raised €265 for Men’s Aid Ireland to support the work that we do. Thank you so much to all those involved.
March 2021

We would like to express how grateful we are to receive a €50k donation from an Irish company who wish to remain anonymous. This will help us support thousands of men. Pictured is our CEO Kathrina Bentley & Board member David Foot.
December 2020

Men’s Aid Ireland and Meath Women’s Refuge are thankful to all who supported “GO PURPLE DAY” arranged by Garda Stacey Looby with the support of the entire Meath Garda Division. We shared an incredible €3175 and would like to say a massive thank you to all involved.
GO PURPLE DAY 29th May 2020

Drew Maitland and David Keogan arranged a pop-up live streaming event – Couch Eile – on 23 May in aid of Men’s Aid Ireland, Medecins Sans Frontieres – Doctors without Borders – and Safe Ireland. Artists such as Charlie McGettigan, First Day Lions, Gillian Tuite, Dubh Lee as well as a host of other talented artists took part in the live stream concert on Facebook. You can watch the videos on Youtube.
May 2020

Thank you to Colm Phelan and Robbie Walsh from Bula Buzz who ran an online bodhrán workshop during the months of April and May where people were asked to donate to a charity of their choice… They raised a fabulous €1152 for Men’s Aid Ireland, thank you to everyone who supported their event.
April 2020