Corporate Support

Corporate support is vital to help Acquired Brain Injury Ireland maintain and grow its essential services. Every partnership offers something valuable and unique. Most importantly, when your organisation chooses to support ours, you are making an extraordinary contribution to the lives of brain injury survivors and their families.

Corporate Support
Staff-led Fundraising

Staff-led fundraising is a great way for your entire team to get involved in making a difference for brain injury survivors and their families. Get your team’s creative juices flowing and brainstorm ideas for events or fundraising drives that everyone can play a part in. Whatever your team chooses, we are on hand to provide the support, guidance, and materials you may need.

Corporate Donation

If you don’t have the resources to host your own fundraising event, your organisation may wish to make a Corporate Donation. Your support will help us to provide essential care and services that enable brain injury survivors to regain independence and make the most of their second chance at life. Tax relief is available on any donation over €250. Find more information about Tax Efficient Giving.

Matched Giving

A great way to celebrate the fantastic fundraising efforts of your staff is by matching the funds that they raise. Matched Giving shows that you stand behind your team and the causes close to their hearts.


We are continuously working to develop our services due to the huge volume of people who require our support and their wide range of needs. We are constantly in need of new equipment and resources to uphold our commitment to improving the quality of life of the people in our care. Gifts-in-kind will enable your company to contribute to our work in a way that is appropriate both for you and those we serve.

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