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april, 2023

2023sun30aprAll DayAbseil for Brain Injury 2023

Event Details

Abseil for Brain Injury

Do you want to see all of Dublin from the best viewing location in the city, then have the thrill of abseiling 190 feet?

Abseil for Brain Injury is back for 2023!

This year, it is scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 30th, 2023 in Smithfield, Dublin.

We are looking for brave people who want to do something a little bit different whilst raising money for brain injury survivors.

The challenge itself will be to abseil down the iconic Skyview Tower, so this is truly a unique opportunity!

From the top you will have breath-taking unobstructed views of Dublin stretching as far as Howth and Killiney. This huge red brick tower dominates the Smithfield skyline and is the former chimney for the iconic Jameson Distillery.

We are partnering with an expert abseil team who will get you harnessed up and ensure you are kept safe.

To take part in this amazing experience we are asking for a registration fee of €20. Simply fill in your details and make the payment and we will be in touch.

To fundraise set up a fundraising page here on JustGiving.

Ask everyone you know to donate to show their support for your daring efforts to  help Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.

You must be over 16 years of age and physically fit to take part.

If you have any questions or would like any more information, please just email us at fundraising@abiireland.ie or call (01) 280 4164.

Abseil For Brain Injury

How does it work?

Register now and begin fundraising immediately. Let everyone know that you’ll be taking part in this unique and exciting event this May.

Be sure that you are fit and able for climbing the tower stairs and then descending by abseil on the day.

Be confident, before signing up, that you will raise at least €200 in fundraising.

On the day, make your way to the base of the tower in Dublin’s Smithfield. You can’t miss it! You will walk to the top of the tower where you’ll be secured in a harness and then abseil the 190 feet to the bottom.

Just don’t look down!

Your fundraising

There are many ways for people to donate and support your Abseil for Brain injury.

When you register to take part, you can set up a fundraising page online. Friends and family will then be able to donate. 

We recommend that you create a JustGiving page and direct everyone you know to your fundraiser – https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/abseilforbraininjury2023

Offline Funds

If you raise funds offline, you can send these directly to us and we will record these as part of your Abseil for Brain Injury efforts.

You can do this in a few ways:

By Post – Send a cheque or postal order to:

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, 2nd Floor Block A, Century House, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R2V3

Online – Donate your funds raised online here.

Phone – Donate by credit/debit card over the phone on 01 2804164.

You can obtain our bank account details if you want to do a bank transfer by requesting them by phone on 01 280 4164 or emailing fundraising@abiireland.ie.

Further information:

If you need further information you can contact Matt on 086 410 3681 or email mpowell@abiireland.ie.

What is Abseil for Brain Injury?

Abseil for Brain Injury is a unique opportunity to do something totally different while raising money that will make a huge difference to brain injury survivors.

This is a chance for you to do something that you will remember forever while making a difference to brain injury survivors.

It means abseiling 190 feet down the iconic Smithfield tower on Sunday, April 30th 2023.

If the event is postponed any reason, a new date will be scheduled.

This event is for anybody who is fit and able to take part and is aged 16 or over.

On the day, an expert team will be managing and controlling the abseil.

We require a €20 registration fee and require participants to fundraise a minimum of €200 prior to the event.

When does it take place?

It takes place on Sunday, April 30th, 2023. If for any reason it can’t go ahead on that day it will be arranged for a later date.

 

Are there any registration or participation fees?

There is a €20 registration fee for Abseil for Brain Injury. We require you to fundraise a minimum of €200 before the event.

Is there a fundraising target?

There is a minimum fundraising target of €200 on top of a €20 fee to secure your place. This will cover the costs as well as providing funds to brain injury survivors. We would encourage you to raise as much as you can and have the target set at the amount you think you can achieve.

How do I fundraise?

We are asking all participants to fundraise by setting up a JustGiving page here. Remember to edit your page to share information about your event and encourage friends and family to donate to you. We can also provide you with a sponsorship card if you’d like to take donations in person from people.

How will Acquired Brain Injury Ireland use the funds I have raised?

The money you raise will make a big difference to the lives of the 150,000 people in Ireland with an acquired brain injury today. These funds are essential to our variety of services for people living with a brain injury as well as their families and their carers.

Can I take cash donations?

If you receive cash donations you can add these as offline donations into your Justgiving page to keep count of your overall total. For Acquired Brain Injury Ireland to receive these donations you can call us to donate by phone on (01) 280 4164. You can also donate on our website here: https://www.abiireland.ie/i-want-to-help-support/donate-now/ 

Also, you can post a cheque to us at our address: Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, 2nd Floor, Block A, Century House, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R2V.

Please just give us a call on (01) 280 4164 or email fundraising@abiireland.ie  if you need assistance with this or would like our account details to make a bank transfer.

Time

All Day (Sunday)

Organizer

ABI IrelandPhone: 0035312804164  Email: fundraising@abiireland.ie 2nd Floor, Block A, Century House, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, A96 R2V3, Co. Dublin

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