If you would like to make a donation to Irish Wheelchair Assocation (IWA) please choose one of the following methods. You can donate by credit card or by text and both take just a few minutes to complete. For other ways to donate please click here.
If you would like to make a donation to Irish Wheelchair Assocation (IWA) please click the Donate Now! button below. You will then be transferred to our secure donation facility hosted by PayPal.
Once complete, you will receive a confirmation email from paypal containing your receipt and relevant details.
Please Note: You DO NOT need a paypal account to donate using this service, please click the continue link to pay normally with a credit card as this diagram suggests (click here).
Donate by Text
Donating by text takes seconds, it's very simple and only requires you have a mobile phone.
Text ANGELS to 50300
Each text will cost €2.00 and be charged to your mobile phone account or deducted from your mobile phone credit.
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
Other ways to Donate...
There are many ways for companies or the self employeed individuals to get involved with the IWA, with many projects and services ongoing around the country. Companies or self employeed individuals donating over €250 can qualify for tax relief at the current rate of corporation or personal tax respectively, which is claimed as a trading expense. for further information, contact the fundraising department on 01 818 6469.
Direct Debit Donations
You can make donations by direct debit directly to our fundraising account:
IBAN: IE22 BOFI 9005 9433 2060 21
Cheques and Postal Orders
Send your cheques and postal orders made payable to:
Irish Wheelchair Association
to: Fundraising Department, Irish Wheelchair Association, Blackheath Drive, Clontarf, Dublin3.
Charities Institute Ireland
Irish Wheelchair Association is a member of Charities Institute Ireland and is "triple locked". We operate in practice in transparency and accountability.
Guiding Principles - Our promise
IWA is committed to upholding the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising available on ictr.ie. Please read the documents on Guiding Principles that govern our fundraising activities.