We offer a range of donation options designed to suit individuals and those in the corporate sector who wish to hep support the Irish Writers Centre.
Supporting the Irish Writers Centre
The Irish Writers Centre is a flagship resource organisation for writers. It offers professional supports to meet the needs of writers at all stages of their development through training, information, networking opportunities and programmed events. A key part of our role is to offer a comprehensive and innovative toolkit/service to support the professional development of writers.
While we are part funded by the Arts Council there still remains, like most arts institutions, the need for the Irish Writers Centre to seek sponsorship and donations from the public and commercial world in order to survive and remain relevant.
Your donation helps us to continue providing vital resources to writers across Ireland, and enables writers to develop their work with us. The Irish Writers Centre connects readers and writers through bursaries, residencies, information, creative writing courses, events and more.
We are committed to opening access to writing for writers from backgrounds currently underrepresented in Irish literature.
For Business Partners who like the work that we do and who wish to support our programmes and writing community.
Your donation can help us to offer a comprehensive and innovative toolkit/service to support the professional development of writers. Your organisation will be names as a Business Partner on our website in the calendar year of your donation.
Donations of €250 or more allow the Centre to claim up to 45% tax relief.
Alternative Donation Methods
If you would like to pay by cash or cheque please call +353 1 872 1302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to guide you through the process.
The Irish American Partnership Designated Giving Program
The Irish American Partnership is a 501(c) organization dedicated to promoting and honouring our Irish heritage. It works to empower the next generation of Irish leaders by supporting educational and community initiatives in Ireland, North and South.View Page