Earlier this month, we have a couple of news –
We have sponsored Emma to Skydive on behalf of a charity called “Deaf Ethiopia Project“! 🙂
Deaf Ethiopia Project works to keep the ALDS (Ambo Deaf School) and continuing to help transform the lives of the Deaf children in Ambo, Ethiopia.
Another happy camper (Gin) with his win from our sponsorship!
If you are seeking a sponorship or donations for your charity or organisation from us – please contact us for more details.
We are currently (and have been) funding the registered charities which are:
To enquiry about fundraising or sponsorship, please contact us
We have now finally assembled a report of what Irish Deaf.com has donated to various deaf organisations (as well as for other charities) over the years from 2004 to 2016 this year, with the money coming from our bag-packing fund-raising. The report contains 42 pages of chart, bar and pie graphs for the organisations with the figure we have donated to each organisation per year.
Please download the report: irish-deaf-com-donation-report-for-2004-2016.pdf
We wish to thank Tesco Ireland and other supermarkets for supporting our bagpacking and charity fundraising in 2014.
Despite 2014 being a difficult year compared to 2013, due to reduced bagpacking bookings; however, we have been able to continue to offer this service. We are delighted to offer support to charities in the Deaf community. So far, over €830,000 has been paid out since 2004 and during 2014 over €35,000 was paid out to the following beneficiaries;
- Tallaght Deaf Club
- Deaf Sports Ireland
- Irish Deaf Women’s Group
- Irish Deaf Youth Association
- Deaf Greenbow
- Aware & Temple Street Children’s Hospital (Tesco Charity)
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We wish to thank Tesco Ireland for supporting our bagpacking and charity fundraising in 2013.
We had a difficult year during 2013 with reduced bagpacking bookings; however, we have survived and have been able to support charities in the Deaf community. So far, over €800,000 has been paid out since 2004 and during 2013 over €48,000 was paid out to the following beneficiaries;
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