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Take the We Act pledge and champion the campaign that highlights our collective action and impact.

The We Act campaign belongs to all the organisations, staff, and volunteers in our sector who work to make our communities more welcoming, more sustainable, and more just. From the charity shop manager to the climate justice activist, when we come together, We Act. 

You’re already a part of the We Act movement and by pledging you’re showing your colours, wearing the badge, and waving the flag!

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Our Supporters

Those who take the pledge tell their stories with the We Act campaign, under one united brand and highlight their unique work across the country. These organisations tell us why they are proud to do the work they do, check out our dedicated supporters below! 

Take the pledge and champion the campaign that highlights our collective action.

 Aatma Indian Dance Troupe

Age Action

Aisling Project


Amdalah Africa Foundation - AMDAF

The Anne Sullivan Foundation

Athboy Tidy Towns


Ballyfermot Advance Project

Banna Rescue


Belong To LGBTQ+ Youth Ireland


Blood Bike East CLG


Boher Community Development


Bray Community Addiction Team

Brighter Communities Worldwide

Bru Columbanus

Bud's FRC Ballyduff Family Support

Burren Animal Rescue 

Carbery Housing Association

Catholic Grandparents Association

CBM Ireland

Charities Institute Ireland

Cheshire Ireland

Children in Crossfire 

Children in Hospital Ireland

Children's Books Ireland

Children's Mental Wellbeing

Clare Suicide Bereavement Support

Coalition 2030

Connections Arts Centre

COPE Galway

Cork Counselling Services


Crime Victims Helpline

CRY Ireland

Cycling Without Age 

Daisyhouse Housing Association

Deaf Enterprises 

Disability Federation Ireland


Donadea Community First Responders

The Down Syndrome Centre

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre 

Dún na Sí Amenity & Heritage Park

Enable Ireland


Epilepsy Ireland

FASD Ireland

Fighting Blindness

Fighting Words

The Five Lamps Arts Festival

Friends of Liam Foundation

Friends of the Elderly

Galway Community Circus

Garryowen CDP


Generation Ireland
Glencree Centre for Peace


The Hope Foundation 

Hospital Family Resource Centre

The Hospital Saturday Fund


Immigrants Training and Advice Services

Inishowen Credit Union

Irish Cancer Society
Irish Girl Guides

Irish Heart Foundation

Irish Hospice Foundation

Irish Red Cross 
Irish Wheelchair Association

Jack and Jill Children's Foundation

Kerry Diocesan Youth Service

Kinsale Irish Girl Guides

LauraLynn - Ireland's Children's Hospice

Le Cheile Mentoring

Leitrim Volunteer Centre

Love and Care for People

Malayalee Council
Mary’s Meals 



Mental Health Reform

Midlands Science

Migraine Ireland

Mná Ag Gaire 

The Museum of Childhood Ireland 

Nano Nagle Place

No Name Club
Oceans Plastic Project

Open Door Trust

Peter McVerry Trust​


Pituitary Foundation Ireland

Polio Survivors Ireland
Poppintree Early Education Centre

Positive Futures

Rainbow Club Cork

Recruit Refugees Ireland

Ringsend & Irishtown Community Centre
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Sail Training Ireland for Youth Development

SCOOP Foundation
2nd Cork Ballyphehane Scout Group

Serve the City Ireland


Sligo Volunteer Centre

Suicide or Survive

An Taisce - National Trust for Ireland


Thrombosis Ireland

Together-Razem Centre Cork

UCC Indian Alumni Community

Voice Ireland

Volunteer Ireland 

Wexford Local Development 

The Wheel
Whitechurch Brownies 

Wicklow Triple Alliance

Young Social Innovators 

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Why a pledge?

We Act highlights the incredible work of every single volunteer and staff member in the charity sector. When an organisation pledges to support the campaign, they not only champion their cause but the collective action of the community and voluntary sector. The We Act pledge aims to create a furthered sense of belonging and to bring new and exciting energy to the We Act campaign.  

Who takes the pledge?

If your organisation wants to take the pledge to support the campaign, we ask that you nominate someone from your Communications Department or someone who is willing to be contacted by our officers. Anyone from your organisation can join the We Act campaign and sign up to our newsletter and follow us on social media @weactireland.  

How can those who pledge benefit from the campaign?

Every charity and community group in Ireland belongs to the We Act campaign and the campaign belongs to them. Organisations who take the pledge will have visibility on our website and social media, receive We Act materials to showcase, have priority registration for staff and volunteers at our We Act training series, be our first port of call for We Act stories, have the opportunity to join in our video production and photocalls, and have access to assistance in getting your organisation’s work in front of media.  

What does an organisation do once they've pledged?

Organisations that take the pledge will help to champion the We Act causes. Those who pledge will receive a media toolkit which outlines how to share information about the campaign and your support and how to add a We Act badge to your website. You proudly support the We Act campaigns goals to encourage support in the sector, highlight our impact, and encourage participation by means of sharing your stories online and in-person. 

Is there a financial responsibility for those who pledge?

No, organisations are not required to pay any fees or commit anything financially to the campaign to make the pledge.  

How do I get media support from We Act?

We want to share positive stories. Stories about the people who spot a gap, see a need, take the initiative, and act. So, we have dedicated efforts to ensure that positive media coverage of charities and their work is a priority. We Act will use its media contacts to help broadcast your story. If you have a story of a volunteer, event, or project you’d like to share send on the details to and the Campaigns Officer will be in touch to discuss further details. To see previous examples of our media work visit 

How do I submit a staff or volunteer story?

Telling the stories of individuals and groups taking action in Ireland is central to the We Act campaign. You can submit a story of your staff or volunteers to and the We Act campaigns officer will then be in touch for further information and to set a meeting to being the interview process.  

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