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In Memory Giving

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Please accept our sincere condolences if you have recently lost someone.

The Irish Hospice Foundation is extremely grateful to you for considering us at this sad and difficult time. Making a donation to The Irish Hospice Foundation in memory of a loved one is a meaningful and lasting way to pay tribute to them by making a difference to the lives of others.

 

There are a number of ways in which you can make a donation:

Single donation in memory of a loved one

If you would like to make a single donation in memory of a loved one, you can do so by  completing IHF In Memoriam Donation Form and sending it back to us together with your donation or by donating ONLINE NOW . You can also call us on 01 679 3188 to make a credit/debit card donation over the phone or simply drop into the office with your donation.

As well as sending you a letter of acknowledgement, we will also send a letter on your behalf to the family or other nominated recipient, if requested, notifying them of your kind donation. Your loved one’s name will be recorded in our beautiful Book of Remembrance.

If you donate €250 or more, and you are a tax payer residing in Ireland, it is possible to increase the value of your donation at no extra cost to you. Please click here to learn more about Tax Efficient Giving

 

Sympathy cards

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Sending a sympathy card is a meaningful way of letting someone that you care about know that they are in your thoughts during the difficult time of loss.  The Irish Hospice Foundation has designed sympathy cards which are available for purchase with the proceeds going to support the charity and its work.

To buy a sympathy card from The Irish Hospice Foundation, please click here or contact our Fundraising Team on 01 679 3188 or email fundraising@hospicefoundation.ie.

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Donation in lieu of flowers

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If you or your loved ones have had a personal experience of hospice/palliative care you might consider making a donation to The Irish Hospice Foundation in lieu of flowers.  This special gesture will have a lasting impact on the lives of others cared for in hospices for years to come.

If you would like to make a request for donations to The Irish Hospice Foundation you can let family and friends know about your decision by including some information in the death notice for your loved one.  An example of the words you might use is:

We kindly request donations in lieu of flowers to be sent to The Irish Hospice Foundation, Morrison Chambers (4th Floor), 32 Nassau Street, Dublin 2, D02 YE06. Tel: 01 679 3188;  www.hospicefoundation.ie”.

 

 

 

You can return any donations made to The Irish Hospice Foundation in a number of ways:

  • Cash
  • Cheque, postal order or bank draft made payable to the Irish Hospice Foundation
  • In person by dropping in to the office with your donation
  • Making an online donation

In order for us to acknowledge your gift to us, please add your full contact details or let us know by telephone, email or post that you have made the lodgement.

Your Funeral Director will also be happy to help with your request for donations to The Irish Hospice Foundation by sending any donations received via the Funeral Home directly to us.

 

Collections at funerals and memorial services

Gathering to remember the life of a loved one at a funeral or memorial service can be an emotional time.  Holding a collection can be a positive and comforting way of giving thanks for this life by helping to shape the future of hospice and palliative care throughout Ireland.

The Irish Hospice Foundation can provide donation envelopes for distribution to family and friends for their donations.  These envelopes are then returned to The Irish Hospice Foundation following the service or, donations can be returned as follows:

  • Cash
  • Cheque, postal order or bank draft made payable to The Irish Hospice Foundation
  • In person by dropping in to the office with your donation
  • Making an online donation

In order for us to acknowledge your gift to us, please add your full contact details or let us know by telephone, email or post that you have made the lodgement.

Your Funeral Director will also be happy to help with your request for donations to The Irish Hospice Foundation by sending any donations received via the Funeral Home directly to us.

 

 


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