Leave a Donation in Your Will

By remembering CARI in your will you can provide a lasting gift to the children and teenagers of Ireland. When we receive a gift we ensure that the wishes of the deceased are carried out with care and respect. Gifts in your will to a charity for charitable purposes are not subject to tax.

There are three of charitable legacies.

  • Pecuniary is a gift of a specific amount of money.
  • Residuary is a share of the rest of your asset that you have not already committed.
  • Specific is a gift of a specific asset.

If you already have made a will and wish to include a gift to the CARI Foundation you can simply add a codicil (addition) this can be easily done by your solicitor.

If you have not yet prepared a will, simply contact your solicitor or ask family and friends to refer you to one. Making a will is easy and inexpensive.

Legacy Giving & Charitable Bequests

You can include a charitable bequest in your will for either CARI and/or The Community Foundation for Ireland and help to establish a permanent charitable fund for the community, your county or for any other important causes of concern.





The Community Foundation for Ireland is a donor services and grant-making organisation. We help to connect people and organisations to causes that matter to them; we offer a variety of ways for you to give back to your community. We are here to help and advise you on the best way to have an impact with your giving. Select here to bring you to information suitable to your needs.

For More Information
Please contact Rosaleen McMenamin & Tina Roche on 01 874 7354 or email:

The Community Foundation for Ireland
32 Lower O Connell Street, Dublin 1
Tel: 01 874 7354

We at CARI are extremely grateful for any amount we receive and can guarantee your gift will help children for years to come.

For more information please contact:

Patricia Townsend on 01 8308529

Email our CEO Mary Flaherty