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Your support means a lot to us.

There are many ways in which people support us: through sponsorship, donations, arranging legacies or organising fundraising activities for us.

If you have participated in any of our programmes and now want to pass on that joy to others, or simply appreciate the work that we do, check out the  different ways you can do so below.


Become a Sponsor

Age & Opportunity has a rich and vibrant history, with much to celebrate, but we are most excited about what is yet to come. In the future we expect to see more participants, facilitators, audiences, initiatives, research, discussions and awareness.

If you would like to sponsor Age & Opportunity or would like further information on how to become a sponsor please contact Karen Horgan, our CEO,  on (01) 805 7735 or email:

Make a donation

You can offer Age & Opportunity a single or monthly reoccurring donation online via using either your Master or Visa card. This is an Irish third party website that has the highest level of PCI Compliance. No credit or debit card details are stored on their system and monthly donations can be cancelled free of charge anytime. Any donation made via will be secured by their system until they transfer it to us at the end of each month.

Include us in your will

Leaving a legacy to Age & Opportunity will make a difference for future generations. Our vision is to create an Ireland where all older people are more active; more visible; more creative; more connected; more often. If you are someone who shares our values and vision or who has previously participated in and enjoyed our programmes, please consider leaving a legacy to Age & Opportunity.

Organise a fundraising event for us

If you would like to organise a fundraising event, please contact Karen Horgan, our CEO, on (01) 805 7735 or email Examples of fundraising events people have organised for us include table quizzes, golf classics, and the women’s mini-marathon and other runs.


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Principal Funders:

Link to HSE website Link to Sport Ireland website Link to Arts Council website

Our Principal Funders:

Link to HSE websiteLink to Sport Ireland website