Working in partnership... join our fight against animal abuse, neglect and cruelty in Ireland
The ISPCA is the National Animal Welfare Charity in Ireland fighting animal abuse and neglect.
Corporate partnerships provide a fantastic way to support our important work rescuing, rehabilitating and responsibly rehoming abused and abandoned horses, dogs and cats amongst other animals. We work with all sorts of companies to help to make a real difference to the lives of thousands of vulnerable animals who are living in cruel and neglectful circumstances. And we are always looking for support!
Did you know that the ISPCA relies heavily on public support? 88% of our income comes from kind donations, corporate support, fundraising initiatives and gift in wills. The funds raised through these initiatives with committed animal lovers and animal welfare campaigners are from all walks of life and we need your support more than ever.
The ISPCA was delighted to welcome over 50 Mars Ireland employees to our National Animal Centre recently when they rolled up their sleeves to volunteer their time taking on a large number of projects that needed attention at the centre. Read more about their visit to our National Animal Centre here
A partnership with the ISPCA shows your commitment to your staff and by promoting an active workforce and boost the morale of your employees.
You can support us in a number ways, from becoming a strategic partner to organising an employee-fundraising event. If you’re considering supporting us, you might like to know that there’s a range of ways you can get involved.
How your company can support the ISPCA
Charity of the Year:
Nominate the ISPCA as your charity of the year for 2020/2021 and demonstrate to your employees, customers and potential clients, your company’s commitment to animal cruelty and neglect in Ireland. We would be delighted if you would consider making us your charity of the year and together we can tailor a programme of support that will work for your company.
We organise awareness campaigns and fundraising events each year. Our campaigns provide national media reach and build positive awareness of your brand as well as highly valued local media and social media coverage. We are experienced in delivering flexible sponsorship packages to suit your brand, values and budget.
We will help you to generate a programme of engaging fundraising activities, volunteer opportunities and activity that will motivate employees to help us being proactive supporting and protecting animals in Ireland. Have you ever thought of visiting the National Animal Centre in Longford, our Donegal Animal Rehabilitation Centre near Lettterkenny or our Equine Rescue Centre in Mallow, Co. Cork? Are you looking for a team building day with a difference?!
Please email email@example.com and she will have more details for you. Whether you have worked with a charity before or not, there’s something for everyone to get involved in at the ISPCA.
Cause Related Marketing:
Let our trusted and recognised brand work for you! Cause Related Marketing is a commercial activity that sees a business and charity form a partnership to offer to market a product or service for a mutual benefit. This type of partnership builds brand loyalty, increases company sales and shows a commitment to a very worthwhile cause.
Payroll giving is a very convenient way for companies and their employees to give regularly with minimum effort. Giving in this way provides a reliable source of income to the ISPCA. We would be delighted if you could support us in this way.
Gifts in Kind:
Gifts in kind donations are very welcome to the ISPCA and are wonderful items helping us manage costs prudently. If your company would like to donate products or services that are of use to the ISPCA as we carry out our daily work, how about donating, anything from dog toys to horse rugs, bales of hay for our equines, veterinary supplies, laptops, phones or even tea for ISPCA canteens for our hard working Inspectors, volunteers and animal workers for a tea break! We will work with you to determine the optimum Gift in Kind required assisting us in achieving our goals.