Irish Links

Altruism Ireland

Altruism Ireland is a technological charity and our primary purpose is to reduce the high costs associated with fundraising by delivering a free platform for fundraising and donating; building trust into charity-giving through introducing transparency metrics into the charity sector; and offering free digital education to Irish charities to help them take advantage of the opportunities offered by new innovative technologies.

Alzheimer Society

The Alzheimer Society is a national organisation with branches throughout Ireland.

Each branch can provide information and emotional support to families and carers.

Day Care and Home Support/Home Care is also co-ordinated by the local branch committee.

The Alzheimer Society of Ireland has set up a National Helpline which is, first and foremost, a listening ear for the thousands of carers of people with Alzheimer's Disease or a related dementia who call for information and support every year.

The number is 1800 - 341 341

American Women's Club of Dublin

Founded in 1972, the AWCD has been part of the Irish Community for over 45 years.  We have a large and diverse membership who share experiences, interests, and a commitment to be part of the community here in Ireland.

We welcome you to find out more about the club and come along to an upcoming meeting or activity!

Amnesty International Irish Section

Amnesty International is an independent worldwide movement working impartially for the release of all prisoners of conscience, fair and prompt trials for political prisoners, an end to torture, executions, disappearances, and extrajudicial executions.

Amnesty International's vision is of a world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards.

An Cosán

Our mission (since being founded in 1986) is to empower through education, and to tackle disadvantage in education. We provide people of all ages with pathways to learning, leadership and enterprise.

Overview:  We offer a variety of programmes in early years education and care, parenting, community, further and higher education, family supports and a counselling service. Community Education programmes now bring our services beyond our base in Jobstown, Tallaght (Dublin) to locations across the country.

An Taisce The National Trust of Ireland

An Taisce - 'The Store House, or Treasury' is The National Trust For Ireland. Established in 1948, it is the most influential environmental body in Ireland.

All our policies reflect our core belief that a high quality environment is central to Ireland achieving a successful and sustainable economy, as well as a high quality of life. This is based on the view that prevention is better than cure, partnership and dialogue are better than conflict and monologue, and strategic planning surpasses reactive expediency.

Ana Liffey Drug Project

The Ana Liffey Drug Project aims to respond to the needs of drug users, their families, their children and their communities in a flexible, person-centred way. The project endeavours to create a welcoming and open environment where service users are respected, accepted and encouraged to manage the issues impacting on their lives.

The project works with service users to reduce the risks associated with drug use, advocate for the rights and needs of drug users, and improve overall quality of life.

Our Objectives

Website: https://aldp.ie/

Animal Advocacy

Animal Advocacy is one not-for-profit person, nested in an inspiring network of charitable, government, public and networking organisations, volunteers and individuals. We’re all part of that network!

I’m primarily involved in Trap Neuter Return (TNR) and animal transportation, but I do seem to end up doing a bit of fostering and rehoming in the process. And networking. And information provision. There’s always something!

Animal Care Society

The Animal Care Society (Cork), a registered charity, was formed in October 2000. The aim of the Animal Care Society is stated in its name, to try and provide care to all animals in Cork City and County that require it. We are almost entirely made up of volunteers who give their time and effort to help animals.

Through our network of dedicated dog, cat and wildlife fosterers we have rehomed over 6000 animals since our foundation. We also operate a help line service dealing with animal welfare matters.