The ISPCC is indebted to the huge support of businesses across Ireland whose efforts are helping to shape the future for Children across the country. Without this support the ISPCC would not be able to run our vital services.
If you would like to make a sustainable impact on the well-being of Ireland’s Children by becoming an ISPCC corporate supporter or if you have an opportunity you would like to discuss please contact us.
Whether you are a large or a small organisation your support can and will make the difference in the life of a vulnerable child. Below are a list of some of the ISPCC’s longest running partnerships.
MCD, which is one of Irelands largest and best known concert promoters, has been a wonderful supporter of the ISPCC down through the years. The company has provided huge support through Caroline Downey in many various events such as the Cheerios Childline Concert which has helped to raise millions to support the ongoing services of Childline and the ISPCC.
Nestlé Cereals Ireland is one of the most well known food brands in Ireland. Nestlé have supported the ISPCC
through campaigns such as the Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week and the Cheerios Childline Concert.
One of the nation's favourite department stores, Brown Thomas has a long history of supporting the ISPCC. The staff and management have have engaged directly in numerous initiatives and fundraising events to assist us over the years.
Award winning marketing Agency Ogilvy have provided expert support and advice with many of the ISPCC's most important campaigns. Their creative team have produced design, print, radio and film to support these campaigns helping to bring a national and international audience to the work of the ISPCC.
Harvey Norman is one of the largest electrical retailers in the country. The company have supported the ISPCC through several successfull initiatives such as employee engagement, events and mobile phone recycling
The law firm of choice for international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland, Matheson have made a great contribution to support the ISPCC's work through company support, employee engagement and special events.
For more than 30 years, Atlantic Philantropies have made grants to advance opportunity and lasting change for those who are unfairly disadvantaged or vulnerable to life's circumstances. Atlantic have been an ardent and significant supporter of the work of the ISPCC for a generation.
Ireland's largest and best know telecoms provider, Eircom, have been one of the longest and most important
supporters of the ISPCC's work nationwide.
Penneys, a household name in retail, has been a great supporter to the ISPCC in the national Shield Anti-Bullying campaign. In 2013 staff and management at the leading retailer made a special effort to promote the sale of the shield pins eventually becoming the largest distributor of pins for that campaign.
Eco Environmental is a nationwide recycling company that deals with the recycling of textiles & mobile phones. They have clothing banks throughout Ireland for the collection of these textiles. Eco work closely with the ISPCC in helping to raise money through their textile collection services.
Presence PR is one of the most well known and respected public relations companies in Dublin. The company has provided invaluable support in promoting some of the ISPCC's largest fundraising campaigns including the Cheerios Childline Breakfast and the Shield.
Elverys Sports are one of the most successfull sports suppliers in the country with over 50 stores nationwide. The company has raised over €250,000 for the ISPCC through great fundraising activities such as the Elverys Winter Warmers, ISPCC Beanies and a range of staff challenges such as the Galway Bay Half Marathon, Elverys Golf Classic and the 50 Under 50 Challenge.