Support Children’s Books Ireland

LEADING LIGHTS

LIGHTNING BOLT: €21* a month

could provide an author or illustrator visit to a school.

* Donations at this level are eligible for tax relief at no cost to the donor. By filling out a simple form, you allow Children’s Books Ireland to claim tax relief from Revenue, which increases a €21/month donation, or €252, to €365.

SUNBEAM: €10 a month

could help to build a culture of reading in a school by providing Children’s Books Ireland membership


SHOOTING STAR: €50 a month

could buy 60 books for a school library.


LUMINARY: €85 a month

could allow an author or illustrator to work as a Patron of Reading with a school.

At Children’s Books Ireland we believe that every child should have access to the joy of reading, regardless of their circumstances. We have big ambitions for the future and we need your help to make them a reality. If you believe in the importance of what we’re doing, please support us in whatever way you can. You can help us to nurture a love of books in even more children and young people, so that they can reap the benefits of being a reader, from developing empathy and imagination to higher levels of literacy and numeracy, to better mental wellbeing. Join our community of Leading Lights and see how you can make a difference..

HOW TO SUPPORT US


SUPPORT US BY BANK TRANSFER

Children’s Books Ireland, Bank of Ireland, 6/7 O’Connell Street Lower, Dublin 1, D01 X324
IBAN number: IE38 BOFI 9000 3368 9659 92 BIC/Swift code: BOFIIE2D

SUPPORT US BY CHEQUE

made out to Children’s Books Ireland, at our postal address: First Floor, 17 North Great George’s Street, Dublin 1, D01 R2F1.

SUPPORT US BY CREDIT CARD

Contact us on +353 (0)1 872 7475

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