Ireland Charities


Barretstown offers free, medically endorsed camps and programmes that are designed for children and their families living with cancer and serious illness all supported behind the scenes by 24 hour on site medical and nursing care.

Beaumont Hospital Foundation

Beaumont Hospital Foundation was Established in 1995 to Generate and Manage Funding for Innovative Health and Medical Advances in Beaumont Hospital.


Bothar is the Irish Third World Development Agency which provides poverty stricken families with the means to solve their problems permanently. We give a family a dairy cow, a dairy goat or a flock of chicks and the training and support which enables them to look after the animal.

Brain Research - Finding Answers

A non-profit charity which, through research and teaching, aims to find the causes of and treatments for a range of neuroloogical illnesses.

Bray Cancer Support

The Bray Cancer Support Centre is a registered charity (number 12589). We provide cancer support services and facilities free of charge to people affected by cancer in the greater Bray, South Dublin and Leinster areas.

Bubblegum Club

The Bubble Gum Club was set up in 1994, to look after children with life threatening illnesses and children in crisis.

Camphill Communities

Camphill Communities of Ireland are life-sharing communities creating a comprehensive, therapeutic and supportive environment where people with special needs can live and make their home together with volunteers and voluntary helpers and reach their full potential.

Cancer Care West

The West of Ireland Charity, Supporting cancer patients and their families.

Cara Projects

CARA Projects is the brainchild of Paddy OConnor. He feels that the greatest benefit can be given to a community by providing them with good facilities for their children. With this in mind he decided to create his own building project where a group of volunteers would travel to Kenya to work on a building project that mattered. It would start small but each year it would grow and develop some more.

Carers Association

The Carers Association is the national voluntary organisation of family carers in the home who provide high levels of care to frail older people, those with severe disabilities, the terminally ill and children with special needs. Established in 1987, it is owned and controlled by carers and represents their interests as well as providing a range of supports and services.