Get Involved

Corporate Support

Irish businesses have been supporting the work of World Vision for decades, and their relentless generosity has been vital. 

Perhaps your company, too, has the capacity to make a contribution to our goal of alleviating poverty. World Vision Ireland works with you to understand your corporate culture and needs, and creates a programme that is right for you. Our business like approach really works, and that is why thousands of companies around the globe have chosen World Vision as the organisation they want to partner with. 

One of the benefits of working with World Vision, besides helping to protect the world’s most vulnerable children, is that through a partnership with World Vision, your businesses can also increase brand awareness, generate positive PR, motivate staff, actively demonstrate your commitment to corporate social responsibility, and engage with your customers and staff in different ways. We are committed to building a long-term, personal and successful partnership that meets your goals and supports World Vision’s life-changing work. Please feel free to get in touch to explore how we can work together, by contacting our Director of Fundraising on danny.curran@wveu.org.

Together we've impacted the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children by tackling the root causes of poverty.

Fundraise

We cannot do this without your support.

We rely heavily on the generosity of the Irish public, and a fun and fruitful way of being involved is to host your own event. Whether that’s taking part in a marathon, or a fun run, or holding a bake sale in your office, we’ll be delighted to hear your ideas, and support them in any way we can!

For more information about hosting your own event, please contact Danny on ireland@wveu.org and he will be happy to help.

Inspiring and informative events

Some of the ways in which we share our work is by holding a variety of inspiring and informative events around the country. Why not sign up to our newsletter (see footer below) for the most up to date information available about our events across Ireland?