Community and Unit Fundraising
Be a Fundraising Organiser
We are always looking for new and exciting fundraising events to support, so if you have an interesting idea then we would love to hear from you.
Due to the current Coronavirus / COVID-19 crisis and national social distancing guidelines, St. Michael's House are asking all organisers of registered events to postpone their plans until we are in a safer time. To those who are thinking of organising an event in the future we look forward to working with you when all social guidelines have been lifted. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and we are here to advise you if needed on 087 1955266.
Fundraising is very important to our service but the safety of our donors, volunteers and supporters is our priority. Together we can #Flattenthecurve.
Click here to donate online and directly support our services.
Contact our Fundraising Executive for guidance and information on your event.
You must contact our services prior to fundraising under the St. Michael’s House name CHY 5692.
We wish to support you on:
Permissions etc so we make sure your energy and support is a success for all.
Fundraising Executive Officer : Jacqui McDonnell
Tel: ( 01) 8840345.
St. Michael’s House Units can run their own fundraising events with support from the Fundraising Office to support their own unit projects or programmes.We value community local support.
Can you support a local Unit event to you?
You can view local events that are taking place in your area that you can support directly by attending, donating, volunteering or marketing the idea.
Family and Friends Support
There are many families and friends who raise funds directly for their perferred Unit due to a known family member or friend who resides in this Unit. We welcome all support and are very grateful to the wonderful family and friends teams in the community.
Here are some examples in 2018
Cara Fun Run
This is the second year of the successful Cara 5km Fun Run in St. Annes Park in. This is managed by a family and friends committee of the late Gregory Flynn who passed away in our Cara Dementia services.
The Flynn family lead by Miriam Behan confirmed sponsors, donors and supporters for this community event. Our families and staff across the organisation were delighted for the opportunity to attend and remember their loved ones too. Almost €8,000 was raised in 2018 to support the Cara Dementia Unit.
Dublin to Delhi!
172 days in and Damien Middleton is about to embark on his llast eg of this incredible journey.
This has been an unbelievable achievement and all in aid of our Grangemore Local Centre. Damien, we are so grateful for your determination and continuous virtual postcards along the way.
This video has been filmed at 3300m altitude in Pakistan!
Damien is not just an amazing fundraiser but a travel guide too!