We are delighted that An Post's chosen charity for 2016 is Acquired Brain Injury Ireland. Each year An Post organise a well known cycle - An Post Yeats Tour of Sligo. It is an opportunity for cyclist across the country to challenge themselves while supporting a very worthy cause.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland acts as the road map for people who have acquired a brain injury and find themselves in unknown territory having to learn the daily tasks that we do every day without even thinking - getting dressed, making breakfast or even popping to the shops. Monies donated from this fundraising event will support local services to make a real difference to people's lives and the lives of their loved ones.
From everyone at Acquired Brain Injury Ireland we would like to wish all of you participating the very best of good luck and thank you for your kind donations.
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT - PLEASE DONATE NOW
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.
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.
Contact us on 01 280 4164 with your visa card details.
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.