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!

Give Up Clothes For Good in Partnership with TK Maxx

Spring clean your drawers. Feng shui your wardrobe. Clear out those cupboards. Bring your pre-loved clothes, accessories and household items to your local TK Maxx store all year round. Your donations will be sold in an Enable Ireland shop, or recycled, to raise vital funds that provide dedicated services for children and young people with disabilities.

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

Till donations can also be made in your nearest TK Maxx store during the month September and you can purchase dual-branded TK Maxx and Enable Ireland merchandise and clothing throughout the year.

Win a 3-bed house in Cork!

We are offering one lucky person a once in a lifetime chance to win a 3 bedroom end-of-terrace house in Astra Construction’s Janeville development in Carrigaline, Co. Cork, valued at €350,000. The winner will also receive a €5,000 voucher kindly sponsored by our friends in Right Price Tiles and Wood Flooring and a €5,000 voucher kindly sponsored by our friends in EZ Living Interiors Ltd.

Tickets cost 100. To enter responsibly, visit the website Tickets can also be purchased by calling the fundraising team on 087 6868333 or 087 7905029 or by emailing 

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Find out what fundraising events and campaigns are taking place in your area.

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Enable Ireland Ambassador Katie O'Brien

Katie O'Brien is an Irish parathlete and Enable Ireland Ambassador. Katie was born with spina bifida and attended Enable Ireland’s Children’s Disability services in Galway until she turned 18. She now trains full-time with her sights set on representing Ireland at the 2024 Paralympics in Paris.


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