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Fundraise for Age Action | Skydive 2016

Run a marathon, hold a fundraiser or take part in one of our fundraising events. YOUR SUPPORT will change the lives of older people for the better!        

Make a donation | Age Action Ireland

Every donation we receive goes directly to our life-changing support services. YOUR GIFT will make a huge difference to the lives of countless older people.  

Age Action | Get your company involved | Corporate Fundraising

Companies, big and small, are supporting us in making Ireland the best place in the world to grow older! Check out the many ways that YOUR COMPANY and YOUR STAFF can get involved.       

Membership | Age Action Ireland

The more members we have, the stronger we are - it’s as simple as that - and the stronger we are the more we can do to FIGHT FOR OLDER PEOPLE in Ireland.

Charity Shops | Age Action Ireland

Our stores are a vital source of income and a hub for the local community. We could not do this without YOUR GENEROSITY.

Volunteer with Age Action

Volunteering YOUR TIME AND SKILLS allows us to offer our services to more older people. Find out about our current volunteering opportunities.     

Positive Ageing Week

Positive Ageing Week begins on September 30th.  Events will take place all over Ireland. Click to find out more and GET INVOLVED!

Tax Relief on Donations

Are you interested in donating more than €250 in one calendar year? If so, you are eligible to tax relief on that donation.

Input into the Nursing Home Expert Panel on perspectives and experiences in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic

(17 June) The Alliance of Age Sector NGOs, represented by Age Action, is meeting with the Nursing Home Expert Panel to communicate perspectives and experiences in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on nursing homes, with a particular focus on planning the further responses to nursing homes’ needs over the next 18 months.  National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET), chaired by the Government’s Chief Medical Officer, was established in January. It has been providing direction, guidance, support and expert advice on the development and implementation of Ireland’s strategic response to the pandemic. The Panel is due to report to the Minister for Health by end June 2020 and is has undertaken a public consultation details of which are available here.