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Approximately 13,000 people acquire a brain injury in Ireland each year and they need our help…

There are so many ways you can help us to support those living with a brain injury in Ireland. Fundraising is a vital source of revenue which allows us continue providing neuro-rehabilitation services to anyone living with an acquired brain injury in Ireland.

From making a donation online, to signing up to one of our fundraising events or hosting your own event in your local area we need all the help we can get and know the difference your support will make.

This is a simple way to have fun, feel good and give someone with a brain injury a chance of new life.

Together let us not allow someone with a brain injury exist alone in isolation, lets rebuild the lives that have been shattered by brain injury; ensuring neuro-rehabilitation services are available for everyone who needs them throughout the country.


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    Early intervention neuro-rehabilitation following a brain injury has proven successful in many cases. Ensuring neuro-rehabilitation services are available throughout the country is one way we can be sure people with an acquired brain injury get immediate access to the services they require as and when they need them.

    You can help us provide more services throughout Ireland by helping us raise enough funds to support those living with a brain injury in Ireland. Think what services you would like available if you, a family member or friend had a brain injury.

    Please help Acquired Brain Injury Ireland by hosting your own fundraising event in your area; here are some inspirational fundraising ideas that may be of interest to you:


    Art Auction
    Golf Classic
    Cake sale or cookery event
    Murder Mystery night
    Dance marathon
    Football tournament


    Sponsored swim
    Sponsored cycle
    Run-a-Muck Challenge
    Turf Warrior
    The Women’s Mini Marathon

    Run a marathon

    Belfast City Marathon
    Dublin City Marathon
    Cork City Marathon
    Waterford Viking Marathon
    Great Limerick Marathon

    Run a marathon with a difference!


    Do a triathlon
    Skydive with Skydive4charity
    A hiking trek
    Strictly Come Dancing


    Masquerade ball or fancy dress party
    Casino evening
    Table quiz
    Gig or concert
    Race night
    Coffee morning
    Cake sale
    Birthday party (request donations instead of presents)


    Bag Pack in supermarket
    Roadside collection
    Collection at religious services

    Contact us for support

    We can provide fundraising approval documentation, sponsorship cards, T-shirts and supporting literature, as required. For contact details click here.


    Acquired brain Injury Ireland receives limited statutory support. The demand on our services is growing and as a result we need to continuously fundraise to assist in providing services at local level to people with Acquired Brain Injury.

    The simplest way is by writing a cheque or making an online donation.
 All donations, regardless of size, really do make a difference.

    By Post

    Write a cheque

    Send the cheque with a cover letter with your details to:

    Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
National Office, 64 Mulgrave Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

    A receipt and thank you letter will be provided.


    You can donate on line, using the link below. It is possible to donate a single amount or to set up a monthly standing order.

    By Phone

    Contact us on 01 280 4164 with your visa card details.

    In Person

    Call in to our National Office, 64 Mulgrave Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin or one of our Regional Offices.

    By Bank Transfer

    Lodge your donation directly to our bank account.

    Allied Irish Bank, Cornelscourt, Dublin 18

    Account No. 23500372, Sort Code: 93-33-92

    IBAN:IE54 AIBK 9333 92235003 72. BIC: AIBKIE2D.

    If you require a receipt please also send a cover letter to the National Office.


    Make a bequest in your will for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.

    Click here to download our sample bequest form.