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Financial support is the best way you can help SERVE work in solidarity with our overseas partners.
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When you sign up to contribute monthly, you are supporting our work in the most sustainable way possible throughout the year.
- €21 monthly donation would help us provide emergency relief funds due to climate disasters or economic turmoil in our partner communities
- €50 monthly donation could help us provide graduate Business Start Up Kits in Zimbabwe or Mozambique
- €100 one off donation could provide a specialised wheelchair to someone living with disability in India
* Did you know if you donate €250 or more in a year, we can claim a refund of tax paid on that donation? Read more and download tax relief form here.
Other Ways to Donate
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+ Make a Legacy Gift
More Ways to Help SERVE
There are a number of ways you can help us
Frequented Asked Questions
SERVE is funded by generous donations from multiple sources. These are – community and online fundraising campaigns, regular giving and standing order donations, volunteer fundraisers throughout Ireland, as well as grants from major donors, trusts and foundations.
SERVE has strong funding relationships with Irish Aid, Electric Aid, RIS, JP McManus Charitable Fund and the European Union. SERVE is one of only 24 organisations who receive Civil Society Funding from Irish Aid for its priority Development Programme with Young Africa in Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
All donations are used as “seed capital” to get matching funds from donors.
With your generosity, we can continue to fund sustainable development programmes such as TVET scholarships and micro credit loans for young people in Mozambique and Zimbabwe, invest in skills training and educational equipment to combat youth unemployment, support disability awareness programmes in Bangalore India, and support community and educational development projects in Zambia and the Philippines. Your donations also help us to cover our expenses and running costs, from updating our website to paying electricity bills.
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