Donate

Donate

1

Send cheque or postal order

Make it payable to:
“Jobcare”

Send it to:
Jobcare,
The Exchange,
50 Gardiner Street Lower,
Dublin 1

Call Helena for more information :
01 6773897
or email helena@jobcare.ie

2
Become a monthly donor

Regular giving really helps us to effectively plan our services for the year. This enables us to develop programmes appropriately and reach out to more people dealing with the impact of unemployment. Or why not donate one hour of your wages each month to help some-one else secure necessary work?

Download the
standing order form
.

3
Lodge money directly to our bank account

Account Name: “Friends of Jobcare”
Bank: AIB
Branch: 7/12 Dame Street, Dublin 2
Sort Code: 93-20-86
Account no: 44378074
IBAN: IE03 AIBK 9320 8644 3780 74
BIC: AIBKIE2D

4
Donate Using your Debit or Credit Card

No PayPal account? You can make a once-off gift or an automated regular payment direct from your bank account with your debit or credit card through our iDonate partner.

idonate

5
Use PayPal to make a donation or monthly subscription

You can donate with PayPal. PayPal securely processes donations for Jobcare. You can complete your payment with just a few clicks.




6
Use your mobile and text to make a €4 donation

Did you know?

€320

€320 pays for one person to complete the Jobnet programme for unemployed professionals and graduates.(€27 per month) Jobcare assisted 910 clients on its first twenty Jobnet courses (the first Jobnet commenced in October 2010). 65% have progressed positively into employment/education/internships, with 62% into employment.

€2,600

€2,600 covers the cost of tea and coffee for our clients and visitors for a year, extending a warm Irish welcome and a sense of community to those struggling with the effects of unemployment.Over the past 12 months we have hosted an average of 167 visits by jobseekers to Jobcare’s Resource Room every week

€3,000

€3,000 buys work safety wear and protective equipment for 10 participants on our Trasna work programme for ex-offenders, providing them with skills and work experience they can offer a potential employer. Of the over 100 participants who have been enrolled on Trasna since 2008 only ten men have gone back to prison; that is 9% as opposed to the national average of 62.3% (the reoffending rate after three years- Irish Prison Service report, May 2013).

 

 

How your money’s spent?

94c of every euro donated is spent on helping unemployed people get back to work.
Click here to see how your money’s spent.