Digital Rights Ireland needs to raise €30,000 in online donations this year. To help us continue working for your rights, please support DRI with a donation; we suggest €5 per month, but even a €20 euro once-off donation will help a lot!

Scroll down to make a single donation, a monthly donation, or to donate by Bitcoin. We appreciate any level of contribution you can offer — thank you for supporting DRI.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Interested in our charitable status, want to donate the old fashioned way, or curious how we spend your money?

1/ Is Digital Rights Ireland a charity?

No. In Ireland, charities aren’t allowed to take part in political activity. We are a non-profit company limited by guarantee – which means that we cannot distribute any funds to our members. As a registered company we are obliged to file annual audited accounts. Our company number is 410355 should you wish to look us up in the Companies Registration Office.

2/ I don’t like these payment options. Can I donate using EFT?

Of course. Our bank account is with Bank of Ireland:

Account: 28358573
Sort: 901351
BIC: BOFIIE2D
IBAN: IE25 BOFI 9013 5128 3585 73

If you send us funds electronically please send us an email so we know who to thank.

3/ How are donations to DRI spent?

In 2014, DRI’s operating budget was €53,723.00. For every €1 donated, it breaks down like this:

93c

Program Delivery
Legal challenges, issue education, and public campaigning.

6c

Administrative Overhead
DRI is run by volunteers and has no paid directors or paid staff.

1c

Fundraising Efficiency
We spent just under 1 cent to raise each €1 donated.

We hope you’ll think we’ve been efficient and transparent in how we spend the funds of donors, and hope you’ll consider making a donation to DRI. Thank you!