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Campaigns

Getting involved with an Enable Ireland campaign is a great way to support our services. You can show your support by volunteering, joining in one of our events or making a donation. And remember - every little bit makes a big difference!

Pippa O'connor and Enable Ireland service user Eva McHugh hold up a red dress while sitting on a blue sofa

Give Up Clothes For Good in Partnership with TK Maxx

Spring clean your drawers. Feng shui your wardrobe. Clear out those cupboards. Bring your unwanted clothes, accessories and household items to TK Maxx – they are collecting all year round and everything you donate will be sold in an Enable Ireland shop, to raise vital funds that provide dedicated services for children with disabilities

You can drop off unwanted clothing, accessories and household items at any TK Maxx store throughout the year. Each bag could be worth up to €20.

Cash donations can also be made in your nearest TK Maxx store during September and you can purchase No Limits trolley discs and bracelets with profits going to Enable Ireland services. 

Give Up Clothes For Good

Join the No Limits Appeal! 

This September, support people with disabilities to live life with No Limits! With you behind them, more than 5,000 children and adults with disabilities can achieve the most amazing things! All funds generated will help us fund the best facilities in which to provide therapies, educational and social supports for children, adults and families around the country.

Events will take place throughout the month, with on-street, in-store and in-service sales of kite pins, trolley discs and wrist bands taking place from 19 - 25 September.

Why not register now as a volunteer during the week? Simply send us your contact details using our online contact form and we'll do the rest. 

 

Other ways to support us

Donate Goods

Young boy holding a paint brush in brightly coloured bib

Make a Donation

Lady buying at the till in Enable Ireland shop

Volunteer With Us

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