If you have lost someone close to you recently, we are very sorry for your loss.

At a time of sadness and when you are experiencing loss, it can be a source of comfort to do something positive and help others in remembrance of your loved one.

When you make an In Memory gift, we will ensure your kindness is used to support the many people with acquired brain injuries and their families. This is an incredible gift to someone who truly needs it and is a very special way to celebrate your loved one. Often, families will request a donation be made to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland in lieu of flowers. We are happy to help you make your donation as easily as possible. There are several ways to do this:


Simply click donate now and make your donation. If you wish, we would be honoured to send the family a letter to notify them that you have made a donation in memory of their loved one. Please send a brief email with the address and name of the person you would like us to mail to fundraising@abiireland.ie

By Telephone

You can also reach us by calling 01 2804164 to make your gift in memory or in honour of a loved one.

By Post

Send a cheque/postal order to: Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, 2nd Floor, Block A Century Court, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R2V3

Please include details of the bereaved family if you wish us to notify them that a donation has been made in honour of their loved one.

Thank you for considering a gift to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland to celebrate the life of your loved one. Their memory will live on as your gift changes lives and rebuilds the futures of brain injury survivors.

In Memory Giving Enquires

If you have any questions about In Memory Giving, please email our team at fundraising@abiireland.ie or call 01 2804164.

Our Funding and Governance

It truly is critically important to us that we maintain the best standards when receiving donations from our generous supporters. These principles will enable you as our supporter to maintain a full level of support and appreciation for and from Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.

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