Supporting ActionAid can contribute to your Corporate Social Responsibility. Whilst also increasing your brand awareness and visibility.
By supporting our work, your company is standing up for women’s rights. And the development of children everywhere. Therefore, ActionAid Ireland would be more than happy to find a suitable ways to highlight your support. Especially among our dedicated base of campaigners, supporters and partners.
How supporting ActionAid can contribute to your Corporate Social Responsibility
You can partner with ActionAid Ireland in the following ways:
Name us as your Charity Of The Year
Sponsor one of our Priority Projects
Become a sponsor for a child in Cambodia, Vietnam, Uganda, Kenya or Nepal
Donate your time, expertise or equipment.
Finally, to find out more please contact Bruce Clark at 01 878 7911, or email email@example.com
ActionAid Ireland are pleased to announce that MGI Recruitment have agreed to support ActionAid’s work in [which country they decided] through the sponsorship of [how many children/project].
MGI Recruitment is a global firm, with over 10 years’ experience in recruiting for the IT Sales and Support sectors, and is now the leading recruitment consultancy in this area. Like ActionAid, MGI Recruitment is proudly international and believes in the power of people.
ActionAid Ireland is currently enjoying its 3rd year of support from Cork based Digital Agency DPFOC.
DPFOC support our work by sponsoring two children. Child Sponsorship is a fantastic way to create long-term change for families and communities in the developing world. Thanks to the long-term, consistent, donation communities have the chance to plan for development activities that are sustainable right into the future.
DPFOC are the only sponsors for for the two children they support – and see the long-term change in the community through the drawings, messages and reports they receive from the children.
New Relic generously donated €200 and hosted a photo exhibition of our work surrounding our Safe Cities campaign. As an organisation that fights for women’s rights, it was particularly heartening to see this organised to mark International Women’s Day 2017 on 8th March.
New Relic is a leading software analytics company, that has had a presence in Ireland since 2014.
We thank New Relic and their staff for a wonderful donation, which will support our work in Africa and Asia.
To mark International Women’s Day 2017 on 8th March, ESB Networks staff organised a bake sale in aid of ActionAid’s Women’s Rights work, raising a fantastic total of €321.
These funds will ensure that ActionAid will continue to fight for women’s rights around the world. We thank the staff at ESB Networks for their wonderful support.