Our work is not easy or quick. It requires expertise, patience and, crucially, financial resources. We depend on our supporters, members and friends to provide us with the funds needed to carry out our work.
You can make a once-off donation to the Irish Civil Liberties Trust (ICLT)*. The ICLT is a registered charity (CHY 11460) and raises funds that can be made available to support the ICCL’s human rights education and awareness-raising work.
Alternatively, you can give a regular monthly or annual sum to the Irish Civil Liberties Trust (ICLT) to support the ICCL’s human rights education and awareness-raising work.
You can become an ICCL member, and donate some of your time and energy to helping us plan and run our many activities, events and campaigns.
To set up a monthly standing order or to become a member of the ICCL, please download and complete this Form and send it to:
9-13 Blackhall Place
No stamp required if posted in the Republic of Ireland
Other ways to help:
Leave a Gift in your Will
After your family and loved ones, consider making a gift to the Irish Civil Liberties Trust* and ensuring that a legacy of equality, justice and human rights exists in Ireland for generations to come.
For further information, please contact the office on 01 799 4504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . To those of you who have already expressed your wishes to remember us in your Will, we would like to take this opportunity to extend our most sincere thanks to you for your deeply meaningful gift. Your support is invaluable.
Fundraise for Us
If you are planning to hold an event or take part in a sponsored activity in aid of the ICCL, we would love to hear from you. We can provide you with some advice and support for your chosen activity, and can help with ideas to take your fundraising further.
Either email email@example.com or phone 01 799 4504 for further informatiob
Guiding Principles for Fundraising
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) is committed to complying with the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising. Click HERE for more information.
This is the website of the ICCL and the Irish Civil Liberties Trust*. To find out more about the two organisations and the differences between them, click here