Support IWA this November

Get Involved!

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Angels is Irish Wheelchair Association’s national fundraising campaign in which we seek to raise funds to ensure that IWA may continue to provide essential services to our members. Volunteers sell Angels products across Ireland throughout the month of November.

In 2017, the main collection days take place on Thursday 9th & Friday 10th November.

There are many ways that you, your family, friends, school or workplace can help support this year’s Angels Campaign:

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Volunteer your Time

Volunteer some time to sell Angels products in your local community on Thursday 9th & Friday 10th November 2017.

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Organise an Angels Coffee Morning

Organise an Angels Coffee Morning in your local community and invite family & friends to join you for a cuppa. We will send you out Angels products to sell at the coffee morning.

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Host an Angels Event

Celebrate the Angels Campaign in your school or business by selling Angels products or find some more fun ideas here.

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Choose Angels for your Wedding Favours

Make a donation in lieu of wedding favours to IWA and give each guest an Angels pin for €2.

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Learn Wheelchair Basketball

Enter your transition year students in the All-Ireland TY Wheelchair Basketball Championships.

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Donate now

Make a donation online now.

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Got any questions or queries? Email angels@iwa.ie or call us on 01 8186469.

Irish Wheelchair Association would like to thank DPD and Aldi, for their support and assistance with the Angels Campaign 2017.