10k in a Day

Will you take on the challenge of 10km in a Day on Sunday 30th July? It’s a tough challenge, but you will be helping us raise vital funds to support our work in end-of-life and bereavement care, whilst getting fit and improving your health and wellbeing. Walk, jog, cycle it’s up to you!


Summer Raffle

Our Summer Raffle is open and prizes this year are €3,000 Cash, a €1,000 Dunnes Voucher and a 1 night B&B stay for 2 in Monart as well as a Seller's Prize of €250 Brown Thomas voucher

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Camino Challenge 2023

Each year,our supporters take on this 100km walk to raise vital funds in support of our work. This is a truly unique and special event.


Great Dublin Bike Ride

On Sunday September 17th, gather your family and friends at Sports Ireland Campus to ride a route of 60km, 100km or 140km in distance. Get out and #CycleForCharity for an unforgettable day!

Cycle Challenge 2023

The annual Cycle Challenge is our largest and longest standing fundraising event. Since it was established in 2009 the event has raised over €2 million for IHF.


Hell & Back 2023

Join us for Hell & Back, Ireland’s toughest physical and mental endurance challenge, and push your physical and mental boundaries to the limit. Its 8km or 13km course is set in the magnificent Killruddery Estate, Co Wicklow.

Create Your Own Fundraiser

Why not organise your own fundraising event in support of Irish Hospice Foundation?

Whatever ideas you have, we would love to work with you on making them happen. We can provide sponsorship cards, posters, guidance and support for your event.

Other ways to get involved

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A Gift in Your Will

Leaving a bequest won’t cost you anything in your lifetime but will impact well into the future and make a huge difference to people’s lives.


Tax Efficient Giving

We can increase the generous gift you gave us by 45% and it won’t cost you a cent. All we need is your signature.

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Become a Corporate Partner

Our corporate partners are amazing! From sponsorship to payroll giving, their support reaches every person and corner of Ireland.

We need your help to meet our ambitious goals. We receive limited core state funding so 92% of our funds come from the generosity of the Irish public.

Ultimately, we are working for better end-of-life care in all settings, so that hospice care and principles can be delivered regardless of age, illness and location, throughout Ireland.

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