Including a gift to ChildVision in your will makes a lasting impact on the life of a blind or visually impaired child. It could help to fund an education that will change the way a child grows up and interacts with the world around them. Gifts in wills make BIG things happen and touch the heart of a child’s experience.
Our children have to learn to face down their scary dragons; learning how to stroke a furry animal, how to be with other people, learning what a plant smells like, experiencing light and sounds. All these encounters with the world build their inner strength and confidence and allow them to make the most of their potential as they grow to adulthood. It just takes time
A gift to ChildVision in your will lives on in the lives of children not yet born. It guarantees that the ChildVision experience will be there to help them grow up in an increasingly scary, busy, loud and cluttered world.
With the help of our charity partner LawOnline we can work with you to draft up your legal own legal including making or amending your Will.Read More
Please call Ruth Allen on 01 837 3635, or you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org in confidence. Unfortunately during the public health crisis we can’t meet in person or arrange visits to campus.Contact Us
Each November we celebrate #MyLegacyMonth!
It can be as simple as planting a seed. Find out more on their website.
ChildVision has been around since 1870. Read about our long history of serving the blind.
Send a cheque, postal order or bank draft made payable to ’ChildVision’ to: ChildVision, Grace Park Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, D09 WK0H, Ireland.
Please remember to include your address so we can confirm your donation
You can donate online and leave a message or lodge directly to our bank account:
Bank name: AIB
Bank address: Clonmel, Co Tipperary
IBAN: IE41 AIBK9353 7918 7374 94
Bank Identifier Code / Swift: AIBKIE2D
(Please use your name and event as reference)
We will send you an acknowledgement that the transfer of funds was successful. Please include a note telling us who it is in memory of with their family’s contact details. We can then send a note letting them know you have donated.Donate