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Volunteering

Individuals, groups and businesses big and small are the mainstay of how we fund our services. 
Volunteers are a valued part of The Down Syndrome Centre helping us provide supplementary support to the children and families who attend our facilities and raising funds for our core services. There are many ways to help. Assisting with supervision and safety, public collections, buying tickets for our events, or donating goods and services are all highly valued. You can also donate relevant skills such as teaching or DIY. 

Helping us, as an individual or a group, is life-enriching and comes with the personal satisfaction of knowing you are giving back. For businesses, it fosters employee morale, demonstrates social responsibility and corporate values, and enhances reputation. 

And no matter how you help, it's always lots of fun.

Become a Fundraiser

Run an event in aid of the Down Syndrome Centre and we will support you with tips and ideas.
Give a few hours of your time to help out at one of our many fundraising events.
Become a Down Syndrome Centre Charity Ambassador.
Register with us to be added to our database and be informed of upcoming fundraising events.
For more information on becoming a fundraiser with us, please email us on info@downsyndromecentre.ie

Volunteering at Our Centres

If you have a relevant skill (for example, Music Therapist, Drama or Dance Teacher etc.), and would like to give us some of your time, our little service users would be so appreciative!

We are also frequently looking for volunteers to give us a hand with our Children’s Seasonal Workshops (during the Summer and at Easter).

Note: Volunteers at our centres must be Garda vetted.

Become an Event Volunteer

Volunteers are a key members of The Down Syndrome Centre team who support our staff at events, activities and fundraisers. If you would like to volunteer with the Down Syndrome Centre drop us an email on info@downsyndromecentre.ie.

Corporate Partnerships

We welcome the opportunity to work with your company to develop volunteering opportunities that fit your Corporate Social Responsibility activities.
Hundreds of businesses from small service providers to multi-national corporations have supported the Down Syndrome Centre, demonstrating social responsibility, enhancing brand reputation, fostering employee morale, and strengthening their corporate culture.

For more details, click on the employee engagement link below, call us or just drop us an email on info@downsyndromecentre.ie.

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Our Partners & Supporters

Legacies

A legacy is when you leave a gift of money or goods in your will to a charitable cause.
Leaving us a gift in your will, will help children with Down syndrome get the professional services they need to reach their full potential. See the range of services your gift could pay for here.

Leaving a legacy is easy. If you already have a will, then a simple codicil which updates it can be created. If you do not have a will, then including a legacy as a provision is equally straight-forward. Be sure our correct charity name, address and Registered Charity Number (20055158) is used.

The value of what you leave can be great or small and is tax exempt, which reduces the amount of tax payable on your estate. You can leave money, shares, goods or property. It all counts. No matter the size of the gift, it will be hugely appreciated and be a life-time benefit to children with Down syndrome.

For further information, see your solicitor or contact Fiona@downsyndromecentre.ie.
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Fundrasing
If you have any queries relating to fundraising please contact our Fundraising Manager
Rhona O'Donovan
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    The Down Syndrome Centre is compliant with all regulatory requirements for care of children, clinical practice, teaching and governance. 

    Memberships include: Down Syndrome International, the Wheel and the Charities Institute Ireland, from whom we have Triple-Lock status for fundraising, governance and financial management. 

    We are registered with the Charities Regulator to whom we subimit our annual report.

    Charity Number: 20055158 
    CHY: 15750
    Sandyford Centre
    Unit 3, 82 Furze Road,
    Sandyford, Dublin 18 
    D18 DP49
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    Willowbrook House,
    Balheary Road, Swords, Dublin 
    K67 R8C6
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