Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) as a registered charity, undertakes the practice of fundraising. We are fully committed to achieving and maintaining the standards contained within the Statement for Guiding Principles for Fundraising developed by *Irish Charities Tax Research Ltd (ICTR) and has formally discussed and adopted the Statement at a Board meeting on 16th September 2011.
*Irish Charities Tax Research Ltd (ICTR) recently developed a scheme for the operational and administrative fundraising issues to be regulated by means of agreed codes of practice in partnership with the Community Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs. To learn more about the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising please visit www.ictr.ie.
It is the policy of IWA:
IWA welcomes your feedback on our performance. If you have any queries or complaints please contact Mary Smyth, Director with responsibility for Customer Service at Irish Wheelchair Association, Blackheath Drive, Clontarf, Dublin 3; Telephone 01 818 6400 email: email@example.com.
IWA is committed to the highest standard of communication to all our supporters and the general public. We welcome both positive and negative feedback which helps us to develop our Association further as an important provider of quality services to people with limited mobility throughout Ireland.
IWA is committed to achieving the standards contained within the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising.
IWA commits to:
Fundraising plays a vital role in funding IWA's services for people with disabilities in Ireland. IWA appreciates very much the generous contributions from our many supporters.
IWA is committed to upholding the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising available on ICTR.ie.
Our pledge to our Donors is that we promise to treat all our Donors with respect, honesty and openness.
IWA commits to being open, transparent and accountable so that our Donors can have full confidence in the Association
IWA commits to you, our Donors and prospective Donors to: