Donations & Fees

Dialogue Ireland is a unique organization that deals with a very specialised, if almost esoteric, subject. Most people rarely think about this subject, and only do so when a major event hits the media or when they, or a loved one close to them, become involved in a group that leads to a family crisis.

As a charity we do not charge for advice and information on the phone or through email anywhere in the world. We charge for private consultations in person or with organisations, and terms will be worked out prior to commencement of the work. We also charge for specific research projects on behalf of families, individuals or organisations.

However, as a charity, we will provide a service to those who have an inability to pay. We rely upon volunteer work (which can add up to hundreds of hours) and upon the financial support of donors such as you who make it possible for us to continue offering services to the community.

Supporting Dialogue Ireland

If you have found our work, or our website, helpful please know that a donation that YOU make WILL help us to continue providing this service.

Our bank details for making a donation are:

Charity #: Registered Charity Number: 20045111

For donations within Ireland use the following details:

Bank code: 93-10-55
Account: 20918 199
Address: AIB
37/38 O’Connell Street
Dublin 1

For donations from outside Ireland please use the following details:

IBAN: IE 64 AIBK 93105520 9181 99

(BIC: AIBKIE2D)

You can also use our standing order form to make regular donations.

Alternatively you can donate through PayPal by using this donate button:

A standing order form for the UK is available on request. Cheques from Ireland, USA, South Africa and the UK can be received without bank charges.

Tax Reclaims

If you make a donation of €250 or above in a single year, and you pay income tax in Ireland, it may be possible for Dialogue Ireland to claim tax relief on your donation. The Revenue Charity Donation Scheme allows eligible charities to claim for the amount of income tax that a donor paid on the donated amount.

For your donation to qualify for tax relief the following conditions must be met:
– You must pay income tax (eg: PAYE) in Ireland
– Your donation must be at least €250 in a single calendar year
– You must fill out and send us either form CHY3 or CHY4

If you are making a once-off donation then you will need to fill out form CHY4 (you can download this here). This certifies who you are and how much you have donated to us, and will allow Dialogue Ireland to claim tax relief on your donation.

If you will be making regular donations then you will need to fill out form CHY3 (you can download this here). The CHY3 form, known as an ‘enduring certificate’, is your authorisation to Dialogue Ireland to make tax relief claims on your donations. This authorisation lasts for five years.

Full details of the Revenue Charity Donation Scheme are available from Revenue or from the Revenue information booklet (you can download the booklet here).

Note: If you make donations to other approved charities, please consider filling out the above forms for those also. By sending a CHY3 or CHY4 form to a charity you are allowing them to claim up to an extra 31% in addition to your original donation.

MIKE GARDE
DIRECTOR DIALOGUE IRELAND
Phone: 353 -1- 8309384 or mobile 353 – 87 2396229
Address: 7/8 Lr Abbey St, Dublin 1, Ireland
Email address: info@dialogueireland.org
Registered Charity Number: 20045111
IRELAND and IRISH representative on the General Assembly of the European of Centres for Research and Education on Sects (FECRIS).

2 Responses

  1. Comments left here which have no relevance to our donations page will be removed or moved to an appropriate category.

    Donations & Fees

    Dialogue Ireland is a unique organization that deals with a very specialised, if almost esoteric, subject. Most people rarely think about this subject, and only do so when a major event hits the media or when they, or a loved one close to them, become involved in a group that leads to a family crisis.

    As a charity we do not charge for advice and information on the phone or through email anywhere in the world. We charge for private consultations in person or with organisations, and terms will be worked out prior to commencement of the work. We also charge for specific research projects on behalf of families, individuals or organisations.

    However, as a charity, we will provide a service to those who have an inability to pay. We rely upon volunteer work (which can add up to hundreds of hours) and upon the financial support of donors such as you who make it possible for us to continue offering services to the community.
    https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/donations-fees/
    These are the services we offer. No need to comment further.
    https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/services-we-offer/

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  2. Dialogue provide a unique service, at least, I am not aware of another that informs the public about cults in Ireland. They work voluntarily and it is only fair they accept donations from the public.

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