How to Donate
There are many ways in which you or your organisation can help the Aislinn Adolescent Addiction Centre.
By participating in our fundraising activities you are helping to raise vital funds that will help us to provide a rehabilitation treatment centre and family support programme to many adolescents and their families who are experiencing the effects of addiction.
You can donate in any of the following ways:
The most helpful way that you can support Aislinn is by becoming a regular donor. By setting up a standing order, you enable us to plan more efficiently for the future, to fund long-term projects and help more people.
Aislinn’s vision is that we “believe in the priceless potential of our young people”. Aislinn relies upon developing partnerships with a wide range of professionals, business, and voluntary bodies. There are many ways your company or organisation can get involved to offer a helping hand to those who need it and benefit from increased staff and consumer loyalty. Here are some of them:
- Employee Fundraising
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Sponsorship Opportunities
- Employee Volunteering
- Gifts in Kind
Remember: Any corporate donation over €250 per annum is tax deductible.
Tax Efficient Giving
The 2001 Finance Bill means that Aislinn can claim back the tax paid on donations of €250 or more in any one year by individuals on PAYE. Tax refunds will be calculated at 41%, 20% or a combination of both depending on which rate is applicable. This means if you pay tax at the higher rate of 41%, a donation of €250 could be worth €422.50 to Aislinn.
Giving regularly is the best way you can support Aislinn. Monthly donations mean we have a reliable income we can count on. This allows us to make long-term commitments to those desperately in need of help and support with addiction.
No matter how much you can donate, your support is much appreciated and allows us to continue with our work.
Aislinn is a Registered Charity Non-Profit Making Organisation Governed by Trustees and a Board of Management.