Ireland Charities

Total records: 72

Erbs Palsy Association

Erbs Palsy Association of Ireland is a charity run by parents of children with this birth injury.

Exchange House Travellers Service

We are the main providers of Family Support, Youth Services, Money Advice and Education programmes to the Travelling Community in Dublin, Ireland. We are an organisation of Travellers and settled people working together. We provide accessible support, development, resources and youth services to Travellers within the greater Dublin area.

Fight For Sight

Irish Charity promoting eyecare awareness and the prevention of sight loss, with information on eye diseases including AMD, Cataracts, Diabetic Retinophaty & Retinitis Pigmentosa

Fighting Blindness

Fighting Blindness is a self-help voluntary organisation which promotes research into Retinal Degenerative Diseases.

First Housing Aid & Support Services

First Housing Aid & Support Services is a charitable organisation offering advice, support and accommodation to people that are homeless and in acute housing need across Northern Ireland.

Friends of St Luke's Hospital

The work of the voluntary organisation who raise funds to care for and cure cancer patients at the hospital in Dublin. Details of events, how to get involved or make a donation.

Fundraising Ireland

Established in 2007, Fundraising Ireland is the association for professional fundraisers in Ireland. We seek to foster excellence in fundraising and to promote high ethical standards for the fundraising profession in Ireland.

Galway Simon Community

The Galway Simon Community was set up in 1979 and initially developed a Soup-Run to cater for the many homeless people sleeping on the streets of Galway. Since that time the organisation has grown in its service provision, campaigning role and increased involvement in the community of Galway.


GOAL believes that every human being has the right to the fundamentals of life, food, water, shelter, healthcare and literacy.

Good Shepherd Services

For over 30 years, Good Shepherd Services have worked in solidarity with people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in Cork. Our services reach out to women, girls and children who are homeless, providing accommodation and support.