Business Support

Business Support

We are always looking for new companies to work with to help us best support our members. There are so many ways that your company can help. Dystonia Ireland strives to make a difference to and improve the quality of lives of people living with dystonia a neurological movement disorder. If your company would be interested in working with Dystonia Ireland please call Maria at 01 4922514 or email info@dystonia.ie

Charity of the Year

Does your company nominate a charity of the year? We would be delighted if you would consider Dystonia Ireland as your charity company of the year.  More and more companies are getting involved with fundraising for charities each year. We would love to work with you and your charity committee to offer support in developing a programme of fundraising. The aim would be to impact awareness and understanding of dystonia, whilst raising your companies’ profile.

Staff Fundraising

Many companies host a variety of fundraising events that are led by staff members and are a huge benefit to us, and also to the staff members involved. There are so many ways to get involved and help make a difference.

  • Cake sales and hosting a coffee/tea morning in your office
  • Sell Christmas cards (provided by Dystonia Ireland)
  • Sign up for Women’s Mini Marathon, Dublin Marathon or other challenges that are of interest to you, these events provide a perfect opportunity for workplace colleagues to come together as a group, raise funds, train and participate.
  • Or just let your imagination run wild and organise a totally new fundraising idea, the possibilities are endless and the benefits are immense.

 

Gifts In Kind

Would your company consider offering Dystonia Ireland a product or service that would save us money on the costs of running the organisation? Or perhaps you could offer raffle or auction prizes?

We would love to hear from you if you think that you could help!

Company Donations

Companies can help make a difference by making a direct donation as a once off fundraising initiative by becoming a charity partner to Dystonia Ireland.