How to give

How can you support the Women’s Fund?

womens-fund-give - Tina Roche, CEO, The Community Foundation for Ireland Make a major gift – building a long term fund for women
Successful women’s funds worldwide seek to build an endowment. We ask that you consider supporting our endowment fund as this will provide a guaranteed means to support projects in the years ahead – in good times and bad. By way of example, based on a 4% return, a €5million fund would be capable of making grants of approximately €200,000 annually – forever!

To discuss contributing to the Women’s Fund endowment, please contact Jackie Harrison on 01 874 7354 or email at To access a Tax Relief Cert: Download here (Word .07MB) 

Donate by post or at any bank

By post – To access a Donation Form: Download here (Word .05MB)

Donate at any bank using the following details and referencing ‘The Women’s Fund for Ireland
Account No: 46336685
Bank: Bank of Ireland, Lr Baggot St.
Sort Code: 901490

Other ways to give

Leaving a legacy/ Memorial Fund Opportunities

The endowment fund could also be an excellent option for people who may choose to support issues affecting women through their will. By including The Women’s Fund in your will, you will be helping to establish a permanent charitable fund to support women and girls in Ireland today and in the future. Find out more by viewing our Supporting The Women’s Fund by Leaving a Legacy brochure, download here (PDF 0.3MB). As part of the Women’s Fund, some donors may like to establish ‘In Memoriam Funds’. This can be a powerful way of supporting great projects and ensuring that a person’s name lives on in a profound and meaningful way, helping to improve the lives of women, now and in the future.


The Women’s Fund provides an opportunity to companies that wish to make a real difference to the lives of women in Ireland or who may be interested in sponsoring one of the Women’s Fund events. We would also welcome the opportunity to partner with other religious orders or grant-making organisations seeking to support women.

If you would like to discuss any of these giving opportunities, please contact
Jackie Harrison 01 874 7354 or email on