Community Fundraising Support Campaign

Due to Covid-19, many fundraising events that our members groups  would have been organising have sadly been cancelled.  As a lot of our member groups rely heavily on their fundraising events to help support their services/activities. sadly due to Covid-19 this has resulted in a loss of income for these community groups/charities.
Below we have featured member groups who require donations from the public and details on how you can donate.
If you are a PPN group and would like to feature your organisation on this page, please fill out the form by clicking on the button below
  • St Laurence’s GAA Club

    St Laurence’s Golf Classic will take place on 15th August in Baltinglass Golf Club

    Tee timesheet from 12 noon.
    €180 per team.
    If you would like to would like to enter a team contact Pat Doyle on 089 4406701
  • Kildare Down Syndrome Ireland  

    764m Climb of Croagh Patrick Fundraiser

    The climb symbolises our climb through these difficult times

     A good friend of our branch, Wayne Doyle, is Climbing Croagh Patrick on Saturday 25th July to raise much needed funds for our branch.

    How you can help:

    • Take part by walking/running/cycling 64km or 10,000 steps over the weekend of 24th – 26th July
    • Donate 10 on our Idonate page – here kildaredownsyndrome/croaghpatrick
    • Share with Family, Friends, Neighbours to do the same – Participate and donate

    All Funds raised will go directly toward our branch Classes/Activities



  • Willow Community Counselling Services

    Donate to WILLOW COMMUNITY COUNSELLING SERVICES during COVID-19 Take up the 5K CHALLENGE and walk/jog/run/cycle, whatever works for you. RAISE €10,000 BY JOINING US to raise essential funds for VITAL services supporting people in addiction and their families. PLEASE DONATE €5 or more on our website, post a picture to your preferred social media channel and tag 5 others to nominate them to do the same. USE THE HASHTAG #rebuildinglives in your post. Visit our website for more information about us. DON’T FORGET to respect social distancing guidelines while you’re out and about, in line with HSE advice. THANK YOU so much and ENJOY!

  • Blood Bike Leinster

    Blood Bike Leinster are a charity run medical transport service, we transport blood, blood products, medication, operation equipment between hospitals and other medical facilities, more recently we have been delivering and collecting Covid-19 test swabs from the test centres, we have also been delivering test kits to residential nursing homes throughout the kildare region and bringing them to be tested at outside labs.

    We are looking for people to donate to our donate page to help keep our services running, you can donate via

  • Dara Community Living

    We are a charity raising  money for covid 19 vital Personal Protective Equipment for our staff and the people we support in Celbridge Community. 
    Dara Community Living are a registered Charity who Support Adults with Intellectual Disability Living in the Celbridge Area.
    During these extremely Difficult times we have had to incur unexpected additional Costs to ensure the safety of both the people we support and our staff, therefore we have created this GoFundMe Campaign and are calling on the support of the community to help during these challenging times.

    Donate here.

  • Clogherinkoe Gfc

    We are Gaelic Football team which fields two men’s senior teams and amalgamates at under age with Balyna.

    We are pleased to announce our Golf Classic will go ahead on Saturday July 25th in Highfield. We have to follow strict protocol in relation to taking bookings and tee times so please contact Joe on (085) 174 1955 ASAP. Team of 4 is €100. Anyone able to sponsor a tee, your support also would be greatly appreciated!

  • Irish Wheelchair Association

    Irish Wheelchair Association works with, and on behalf of, people with physical disabilities to drive positive change in Ireland through the influencing of public policy, the provision of quality services and enabling accessibility to all aspects of society.

    Irish Wheelchair Association’s frontline workers support people with physical disabilities in their homes during COVID-19 crisis. Irish Wheelchair Association’s frontline workers are delivering vital services to people with physical disabilities in homes across Ireland throughout the COVID 19 crisis. The organisation has also set up an emergency response team to continue to reach people with disabilities, who may become sick with the coronavirus and isolated.We are aware that it is a difficult time for everyone and we’re asking people to make a donation to support our frontline workers, if they can afford to. Please go to

  • Community Cancer Caregivers

    No cost relief childcare for families dealing with a cancer diagnosis

    Donate on

  • Straffan Community Hall Committee

    We run the community hall on a voluntary basis and due to no activities we have no income but unfortunately like other groups still have bills to pay, insurance, water, audit, esb, gas etc.

    If people would like to donate they can contact the hall committee via their facebook page just search for Straffan Community Hall on facebook or by clicking here.

  • Umeras Peatlands Park

    We are not-for-profit community group seeking to support Bord na Móna to transform the cut-away bog into unique nature areas while preserving the small area of community turf cutting so tourists can experience our peatland heritage.

    Our funding proposal includes money to improve the bog road from Umeras Bridge as a cycle and walking track, and to widen and improve the Quinnsboro road from Ballykelly Locks.

    We believe that a Peatlands Park will bring tourists to Monasterevin and Rathangan, which combined with the Blueway and Ballykelly Mills Distillery will rejuvenate the local economy. It will provide a great new amenity for our families to enjoy the rural tranquillity of the bogs and canal.

    The Peatlands Park would create direct employment in building and managing the park, and also indirectly, by creating demand for cafés, shops, bike hire, accommodation, etc. in Monasterevin and Rathangan

    If you would like to donate to support co-funding the design study, please click here.

  • Ada Igbo Ireland 

    Ada Igbo Ireland create awareness for youth mental health, providing youth mental health workshops and seminars and provide a platform and a voice to the young adults within the community. Donations can be made by emailing ;

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