If you would like to make a donation online please click the Donate button below. If you feel that your experiences could help someone currently in the program please get in touch!
We have signed up to the Guiding Principals for Fundraising so before you donate please take some time to ensure that we meet your expectations in this respect. You can access all of our governance information here.
Thanks so much - we really appreciate your donation and it will directly help someone in need of treatment for their addiction.
There are a number of ways you can get involved in the Rutland Centre and we are always very grateful for any support we get.
You can make a once-off donation to the treatment assistance fund using the “donate now” button on the homepage.
100% of the money you donate to the treatment assistance fund goes directly towards providing someone with rehabilitation treatment.
You can set up a regular donation by completing this Standing Order Form. Complete the form with all your information including the amount you want to donate each month and return it here to us at the Rutland Centre, Knocklyon Road, Templeogue, Dublin 16, D16 YV04. This means that every month you will contribute towards someone’s treatment!
You can yourself, or encourage a family member, to consider a legacy donation to the Rutland. By considering us in your will, you have the power and potential to help many people and you can tell us if you have a preference for the type of treatments your money is used towards. For example perhaps you have experience with gambling – you can tell us to use your donation towards gambling rehabilitation only.
100% of ALL donations will go in to our Treatment Assistance Fund – that means 100% of your money will directly help clients in addiction by contributing to their rehabilitation costs.
From time to time we look for volunteers to lead our continuing care groups. If you are a former client in a successful recovery and think that this may be your way of helping others in recovery then contact us today.
We regularly run training courses for those wishing to lead continuing care groups.
We also require former clients to give talks to current clients each week. If you have been through the program and feel that your experiences could help someone currently in the program please get in touch!