The Ireland Funds is there

Thanks to you, we’re caring for the island of Ireland

Immediate support for community organizations


Connect with the island of Ireland


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Your gift helps us support community organizations serving the greatest needs across the island of Ireland.
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The Ireland Funds provides critical support to a wide range of not-for-profit organizations across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Every day, The Ireland Funds helps hundreds of not-for-profit organizations assist thousands of people across the island of Ireland and around the world. Our expertise and insight into the nonprofit sector ensure that all gifts are used where the need is the greatest.

Connect with the island of Ireland.

Your donation to The Ireland Funds in any amount will have an impact at a grassroots level.

How is The Ireland Funds there for the island of Ireland?

  • Disability Support
  • Domestic & Child Abuse (Family Support)
  • Elderly Services
  • Access to Education
  • Mental Health
  • Community Support
  • Arts and Culture

Examples include:

Belvedere Youth Club, WAVE Trauma Centre, Cancer Fund for Children


The Ireland Funds helps Belvedere Youth Club create a safe space for kids to access education and opportunities in Dublin’s inner city.  Oscar-nominated actor Barry Keoghan of The Banshees of Inisherin got his first taste of acting in the arts program of Belvedere Youth Club.

Johnny was isolated and lonely but thanks to the ALONE hotline, he has reconnected with life. The Ireland Funds is helping ALONE ensure the 1,100 daily calls to its hotline can be answered and older people in need can be helped.


No Mind Left Behind is an initiative designed to give promising young people from areas of social disadvantage an opportunity to complete third-level education. An annual scholarship of €4,000 is provided to cover the costs of books, accommodation, and other key expenses. Students come from the Irish Government’s DEIS (Delivering Equality of Opportunity in Schools) schools, a program of the Department of Education and Skills aimed at lessening educational disadvantage in primary and second-level education.

The Ireland Funds has helped The Early Learning Initiative (ELI) provide remote home visits to 1000+ educationally disadvantaged children and their families to create a positive home learning environment during the COVID-19 crisis.


… these examples and many other projects have been helped by your generosity to The Ireland Funds

We thank our friends for coming together to care for Ireland.




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Make a Gift

Non-US donations
If you wish to make a Euro donation and are tax resident in Ireland, please click here