CRY is most grateful to accept contributions of any magnitude. We rely solely on the public support to help keep our CRYP Screening Centre open as well as helping with our free counselling service and raising awareness for Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
Have you considered setting up a monthly standard order for CRY?
This is one of the best ways to make a donation because it means CRY has a regular guaranteed source of income, and because it is not restricted to a particular project, CRY can utilise the money where it is most needed. It’s also an easy way for you to give money as it is forwarded automatically to the CRY Charity on a monthly basis.
A small amount of money can make a huge difference, your help enables us to help & support others. Please download and print the enclosed form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like wedding favours that truly are a gift and you want to do something extra special on your big day, why not make a donation to CRY in lieu of wedding favours?
Your wedding gift to CRY will go a long way in ensuring that lives are saved by ensuring that underlying heart conditions are discovered in families that attend the screening centre. It will also provide comfort to many people through the counselling services we provide as well as helping us to raise awareness for SADS.
If you decide to support CRY by purchasing our wedding favours your guests can still take home a special momentum from the day. We have beautiful Wedding Favour cards which you can check out here.
Please go to our Donate Now Section and click Wedding Favours on the list or email email@example.com. Make sure you fill out your details so we can post out the cards on the big day!
It goes without saying that your loved ones come first when you make your will. In saying that, a gift left in your will to a charity is a means of giving something back and is a way of remembering the people and the causes that you care about.
By giving a small gift in your will to CRY, this will ensure that vital services are provided to families throughout Ireland who have lost someone to Sudden Cardiac Death. It will also help us to reduce the deaths going forward from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
There are four ways in which you can make a bequest to CRY:
Tax Relief for donations – did you know that your donation of €250.00 or more in the year could be worth up to 72% more to CRY – and the good news is – there is no extra cost to you.
By simply completing the appropriate form which can be downloaded here or by contacting CRY at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the form, then by ticking the appropriate tax bracket on the form, dating, signing and finally returning it to us we can make our claim. It is that simple.
You can help CRY by post. Simply post a cheque, postal order or bank draft made out to:
CRY are partnered with Everydayhero. If you would like to set up your own charity page please visit everydayhero.com/ie/
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Find the cause that you want to help, then create an everydayhero online fundraising page or volunteering goal for the organisation closest to your heart.
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Get inspiration from others – see the Wonderwall to hear great stories of why and how people give.
iDonate is Irelands largest fundraising platform proudly supporting great Irish causes. To support CRY on create a fundraising page on iDonate, go to https://www.idonate.ie/cry and click Start Fundraising. You can take part in a challenge, setup a birthday fundraiser or choose one of iDonate unique Virtual Missions.
Did you know you can leave a legacy gift to support the work of CRY Ireland? My Legacy was established in 2006 by a small group of Irish charities who knew at first hand the great impact a legacy gift can have on the work of a charity. They also realised that, unlike other countries, many Irish people do not make a will despite how important a life document it is. Since then, My Legacy has grown to an umbrella group of 70 Irish charities who work together to promote the great importance of making a will and to ask people to consider leaving a legacy gift to a favourite charity, once family and friends have been taken care of and all other important personal decisions have been made.
My Legacy is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors mainly drawn from our member charities and our work is funded by annual membership fees. My Legacy provides unbiased, useful information to individuals, charities and solicitors about leaving legacies to charities. My Legacy does not solicit specific gifts or legacies for individual organisations. Click Here for More Information