Making a major donation

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Making a major donation

Becoming a major donor is an opportunity to fund a specific charity project in one of the countries where we work. A major donation is a one-off donation or multi-annual funding in excess of €5,000.

Large donations help us to plan ahead. This means we can achieve sustainable and effective change in the lives of the people we work with.

You can choose to make a one-off donation or provide funding over a number of years.

Picking a project

You can fund projects on your own or in a group with family, friends or colleagues. Pick a project that you feel passionate about and with your help we can make sure it is reaching the people who need it.

What can you achieve?

Big donations make an enormous difference to the lives of the people supported by Concern:

Read about how one major donor helped Concern reconstruct a school in Kenya. To find out how a major donor syndicate improved the lives of those living on the flood plains of Zambia.

Membership of Harambee

Harambee is a Swahili word that means “working together for progress”, and is now the name given to a collaborative project between Concern and a group of committed supporters, working with the poorest communities to help change their lives for the better. Find out more.

Your own proposal

Concern works in five key areas: livelihoods, education, health, HIV and AIDS and emergencies. If there is a specific programme or place you’re interested in, we would be delighted to speak with you. What proposals or ideas do you have?