The Permanent TSB Community Fund supports local communities by providing funding to community organisations that are having a positive and meaningful impact on the ground and who are working hard to make a difference. The Community Fund will operate in each of our five regions across Ireland and provide €100,000 in funding to five local charities – chosen by you.
Following the public vote, the Bank is delighted to announce that our five new Community Fund partners are:
Thank you for taking the time to have your say. By casting your vote, you are helping us support the initiatives that mean the most to your community. The details of the voting results in each region can be found below.
We will only use and keep your personal data [email address] for the purposes of voting for your preferred charity. For further information on your rights in relation to your personal data, please view our Data Protection Notice.
1st The Jack and Jill Foundation
2nd The Gavin Glynn Foundation
3rd Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services, incorporating Harol's Cross Hospice & Blackrock Hospice and St. Francis Hospice, Raheny
4th Dublin Simon Community
4th St. Michael's House
(Ballincollig, Bandon, Bishopstown, Blackpool, Carrigaline, Clonakilty, Douglas, Killarney, Macroom, Mallow, Midleton, Mitchelstown, Patrick Street, Skibbereen and Tralee)
(Ardkeen, Bray, Carlow, Clonmel, Dungarvan, Gorey, Greystones, Hypercentre, Kilkenny, Naas, New Ross, Newbridge, Portlaoise, Tullamore and Wexford)
(Ballina, Castlebar, Castletroy, Dooradoyle, Ennis, Galway Eyre Square, Galway SC, Letterkenny, Nenagh, Newcastlewest, O'Connell St Limerick and Sligo)
1st Mayo Roscommon Hospice and Milford Care Centre
2nd Cancer Care West
3rd Irish Wheelchair Association
4th Childern's Ark - Limerick Hospital
5th Mental Health Ireland (MHI)
(Ashbourne, Athlone, Balbriggan, Cavan, Drogheda, Dundalk, Longford, Maynooth, Monaghan, Mullingar, Navan and Roscommon)
Community involvement and a commitment to impacting positively the communities in which we live and work, supports the Bank’s Vision to be the Bank of Choice.
The Bank engages with the community through building strong partnerships, engaging employees in volunteering initiatives and providing financial support to local charities through the work of the Staff Charities Fund – our National level financial giving programme.
Since establishment, the Permanent TSB Staff Charities Fund has made donations in excess of €1 million to Irish Charities, supporting communities across the country and we are committed to doing more.
You can read more about the Bank’s commitment to community on our Responsible Business Website.