Ireland Charities

The Hoopoe Bird Foundation

The Hoopoe Bird Foundation is an Ireland based charity set up to raise fund for humanitarian and human rights purposes, especially in the Middle East and Palestine, where people endure the awful consequences of conflict and war, injury, death, eviction, illness, and of course poverty. To help such people in need, we welcome your donations.

The Hope Foundation

The Hope Foundation set up in 1999 works to achieve sustainable development among poor communities living in Calcutta. Through its 64 field programmes, training and research, the focus has always been on the education of children, the health of women and children, child nutrition and development, drugs rehabilitation for young people and vocational training for adolescents.

The Irish Association for Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus

A Disability Organisation for people with Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus. We have almost 1,400 members in Ireland. The Head Office is based in Clondalkin, Dublin 22 and we have branches throughout the country.

The Irish National Council of AD/HD Support Groups

A Resource website for parents and teachers of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, ADD, ADHD, Hyperkinetic Disorder.

The Leprosy Mission Ireland

The Leprosy Mission Ireland, A World Without Leprosy, just 3 euro per week for one year will deliver the cure and provide life-saving care. You can also make a one-time gift of any amount. Sandyford, Dublin 18

Tick Talk Ireland

Tick Talk Ireland is a charity which aims to encourage awareness, prevention and treatment of Lyme Disease (Borreliosis) in Ireland.

Trocaire Web Site

The word Trocaire is Irish for compassion or mercy. This is an excellent site split into three sections. A Main section, A Kids Section and a Teens Section.

Unicef Ireland

Unicef - Since 1946, UNICEF United Nations Childrens Fund has been working to save and improve the lives of children around the world.

War on Want Northern Ireland

Alleviating poverty by working in partnership with poor communities in developing countries and challlenging the systems that keep them poor.

World Vision Ireland

World Vision has a very special commitment to the children of the world. It believes that our future is in the future of our children. With the generous support of millions of loving and caring people from Ireland and other countries it works hard to build a just and fair world where children can blossom in a loving and caring world.