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Door to Door Fundraising



The IHF are currently running door to door fundraising in locations around Ireland.  Door to door fundraising is one of the best ways to raise awareness of our work, to gain new monthly donors, and to increase our income.

Our team will ask people for support by setting up a monthly direct debit.  All of our fundraisers have been well trained and can tell you all about our programmes and how we work for the best care at end of life for all.

Our door to door fundraiser will never ask or accept cash donations at the door.  All of our fundraisers carry an ID badge with them at all times. They will also be wearing an IHF branded jacket.

If you have any concerns please ask the fundraiser for more information – our fundraisers will be happy to explain and answer questions about our work.  If you are still concerned please phone our office at 01 6793188 and we can put your mind at ease.

Monthly donations are the backbone of our fundraising and we are extremely grateful to every single person that sets up a monthly gift. These vital funds help us continue our work so that one day no one will face death or bereavement without the care, support and compassion they deserve.

We are grateful to everyone that supports us through regular donations. Your valuable support enables us to continue our work which reaches every part of Ireland. The impact of your support is felt by adults, children and families facing end-of-life and bereavement. Our door to door representatives all carry official ID, have branded jackets and carry information about our work.

Our door to door fundraisers, are out across Ireland again this week. The team will be visiting homes in Dublin, Meath, Tipperary, Laois, Offaly, Kildare and Kilkenny. Do contact us if you would like to verify the representative at your door or if you would like more information about our work. We are happy to help. All support is greatly appreciated by countless families throughout Ireland.

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