• Ireland Donations 01

    A little act of kindness goes a long way.

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    Let's empower women to empower the whole community.

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    Your Gift Aid can transform the lives of the slum residents.

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    A healthy and blissful life isn’t a luxury, it’s a right

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    Supporting groups of volunteers help transform lives of the slum residents.

Ireland Donations

Your Donation can help:

Anything that you can give will ensure Ireland donations make a difference. This is the simplest way for you to help Delhi’s slum dwellers.

Asha is working relentlessly towards bringing holistic development in the urban slums in Delhi. We’ll ensure that whatever you can afford will be put to the best possible use and give even more people hope for a better future.

Your every penny counts!

Every Pound makes a difference

Protecting Health

£ 18 – vaccinations against diphtheria, tetanus
and pertussis for five children

£ 45 – basic health education for 1,000 people

£ 75 – Vitamin A supplements to prevent night blindness for 60 children

£ 120 – recovery treatment for 10 TB patients

Promoting Education

£ 75 – one year of books for one child

£ 115 – college preparation for 30 children

£ 235 – one year of university tuition fees for one student

£ 460 – one year of university expenses for one student

How to donate

If you are a UK taxpayer,
to claim Gift-Aid click below:

For recurring and one-time donations and to claim Gift Aid, donate to Asha via Virgin moneygiving.

For other donations,
please click below:

For recurring and one-time donations, donate to Asha via GivenGain.

Other Donation Options

You can also donate by Cheque or Bank transfer. Make a payment to:
Ulster Bank, Connswater, Belfast, Friends of Asha (Ireland) –
Sort code: 98-00-30 | Account number: 52906002

To Fundraise for Us

Mrs Daphne Wright,
Co-ordinator, Friends of Asha (Ireland)

3 Altona Manor, Holywood,
Co Down, N Ireland

Click the icon below for more about Friends of Asha (Ireland)