- Take part in the Concern Fast
- Take on a challenge
- Organise your own event
- Matched giving
Become a corporate supporter
At Concern, we work with companies of all sizes across Ireland to help support people living in extreme poverty.
Read our 2020 annual report
Staff fundraising is a great way to motivate staff and foster team spirit, while also raising money for our life-saving work. There are lots of interesting and innovative ways to fundraise for us!
The Concern Fast takes place at the end of November every year and encourages companies, as well as individuals, to give up something they love for 24 hours. The 24 hour fast is a real challenge – but it’s made all the more enjoyable by taking part with colleagues and team members!
Our values of integrity, commitment, partnership and balance are the foundation of the special culture we have here at Fidelity Investments. We fast to fundraise, to show solidarity and to partner with a charity who is a committed humanitarian organisation, dedicated to the reduction of suffering of others in the developing world.
Get in touch with our team about taking part in the annual Concern Fast.
If the Concern Fast isn't for you, an outdoor adventure is a brilliant way to build team morale. Why not try one of our many challenges that take place throughout Ireland across the year? While the summit of Carrauntoohil may seem intimidating from the foothills, each step will bring your team closer together.
We would love to hear about your creative fundraising idea! From bake sales to coffee mornings and beyond – please get in touch and let us support your efforts in whatever fundraising event you create.
Another great way to give to Concern is through matched giving. Some companies will match their employees’ charitable donations. Inquire with your company to see if they do Matched Giving and then contact us for any necessary documentation.
Let us know what we can do to support your company's fundraising initiative.
people reached through our emergency response
people reached through our health interventions
people reached through our livelihoods programmes