Corporate Partnerships


Corporate Christmas Appeal

This Christmas, we need the support of you and your company to grant the wishes of brave children across Ireland. Make-A-Wish Ireland receives no government funding and depends on the generous support of companies to grant these …



Choose Make-A-Wish Ireland as your charity partner

Strong together! Together we can make a difference!Make-A-Wish grants wishes to children, aged between 3-17 years, who are battling life-threatening medical conditions. Our Wish Children endure hospital visits and invasive treatments as well as missing …



Become a Corporate Partner

There are many ways a business can help Make-A-Wish grant wishes to children and we are here to help. Become part of this truly magical story.



Our Proud Corporate Partners

Make-A-Wish Ireland exists because of generous donors and sponsors. Our corporate sponsors’ contributions help empower Wish Children.




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