Support IWA this November

Support IWA this November

Volunteers are key to the success of any fundraising campaign and this year Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) has more volunteering opportunities than ever, particularly in the lead up to the Angels Campaign. The Association is calling on local community groups, organisations, businesses, schools and colleges to volunteer their time to sell Angels products or host an Angels event.

This year our national collection days will take place on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th November 2016

How you can help

Buy an Angels Product

This year many transition year students across Ireland took part in a competition to design our new Angels pins for 2016. From the submission the five new designs for the 2016 Campaign were selected including Rocketman Angel; Anyone Can Be A Hero Angel; Is Feidir Liom – Yes I can Angel; Ariette the Art Angel and Horses Gives Us the Wings we Lack Angel.

These new pins join our existing Angels product range for 2016 which features some of our other well-known pins, the Angels Car Air Fresheners, which we hope to see proudly on display in vehicles across the country; the Angels Christmas Card, which will hopefully become a seasonal greeting for loved ones and friends; and the Angels Fun Pack, for children between 3 - 6 years old.

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Donate by Text

IWA has a presence in almost every county in Ireland. To support services in your local community or town you can simply text 'ANGELS' to 50300 and help to maintain vital community services and programmes.

100% of your €2 donation goes to IWA across most network operators. Some operators apply VAT which means a minimum of €1.63 of €2.00 will go to IWA. Provider LIKE CHARITY Helpline: 076 680 5278

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Host an Angels Event

Fundraising can be fun – so why not encourage some friendly team building while also raising much need funds for IWA! Events can take place anytime throughout the month of November in your school, workplace, home or local community.

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Irish Wheelchair Association would like to thank DPD and Aldi, for their support and assistance with the Angel Campaign 206.