Door to Door
Our door to door fundraising team are currently recruiting monthly donors in Dublin
Door to Door fundraising
Door-to-Door fundraising employs a team of Mater Foundation fundraisers who call to people’s homes to talk about the work of the Mater Hospital, asking the homeowner or family member for support by setting up a monthly direct debit. The team may also be present at fixed sites like supermarkets. This form of giving ensures we have a consistent income to help plan for the long-term.
Mater Foundation door-to-door fundraisers will carry an ID badge, will usually wear a Mater Foundation branded jacket and adhere to the highest possible standards under the codes of practice for Door to Door Fundraising. They will be happy to talk to you about the work of the foundation and how it supports patient care in the hospital.
Monthly giving is of great importance to us as it allows us to plan for the future and support the Mater Hospital, as we know there’s a reliable source of income to count on.
The locations for door to door fundraising this week is;
- Leixlip, Co. Kildare
The direct debit you set up goes towards the areas of most need in the Mater Hospital. We make sure the funds are invested in new and crucial equipment, education and research, and to redevelop areas of the hospital such as wards and family rooms. Our fundraisers will be glad to explain this in more details to ensure you are satisfied with where your money is invested.
What about my details?
Your banking details are:
- 100% safe and secure with the foundation
- All data is handled in line with industry standards
- Is encrypted at all times.
Cancelling your Direct Debit
If you would like to cancel or reduce your direct debit, please contact the Mater Foundation on the details below. It is also advisable to get in touch with your bank too. If you have any questions or concerns about our door-to-door fundraising, please contact us on (01) 830 3482.
We are privileged to meet some remarkable and inspiring patients that have spent time getting better in the Mater Hospital, and on many occasions, the treatment they received has saved their lives. Please take a moment to read their stories.