We are a non-profit, charity organisation registered in Ireland as charity number CRA: 20201028, Revenue: CHY22186.
Please support us by contributing. Your contributions help to ensure we continue to rehome unwanted, neglected, abused and abandoned dogs.
Efficient Tax Donations
If you are a tax payer either PAYE or self-assessed, CAW can claim back the tax paid on your donation to us if it exceeds €250 per annum. This means an extra 112.32 EUR for us at no cost to you. It’s easy, just download and complete the relevant form by clicking the link below and email to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Certificate: CHY4 Cert
Enduring Certificate (up to 5 years): CHY3 – Enduring Certificate
Your co-operation is greatly appreciated and your returned forms will help us keep working towards making Clare a better place for animals.
Our preferred method of donation is to donate directly into our bank account. You can lodge funds using the following details:
Account Name: Clare Animal Welfare
Bank Identifier (BIC): AIBKIE2D
Sort Code: 935387
Account Number: 46351150
Bank Name: AIB
Bank Address (Branch): Ennis
Standing Order Forms
To donate directly on a regular basis, you can instruct your bank to create a standing order using the account details provided above, or complete and sign our form and send it by email to: email@example.com.
While all the above methods come with no cost to us, online donations usually attract a fee or charge that reduces the amount we actually receive.
FACEBOOK = NO FEES. 100% of your donation help the animals!
Please make sure to untick the box “Paying for goods or a service?” as we will be paying fees otherwise.
We have received a 1,000 EUR grant from the Dept of Agriculture, Food and the Marine for 2020.
We would like thank all of our supporters for your very generous donations. Without you we would not be able to continue our work.
None of our volunteers get paid or claim expenses. Most of them sacrifice family time, juggle full time jobs and businesses, have pets of their own and foster pets. They do this work out of pure love and to better the lives of animals in County Clare. It’s a great team and we will keep doing our best.