Suicide or Survive
Fundraising Disclosure Statement
As a charity seeking donations from the public we at Suicide or Survive are fully committed to achieving the standards contained in the Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public (Charities Regulator 2017)
We do this in order to:
- Monitor and improve our fundraising practice
- Ensure high levels of accountability and transparency in our fundraising practice and the use of funds raised
- Provide clarity and assurances to our donors/ prospective donors about Suicide or Survive and how we work
We ensure that we accurately describe the purpose of any fundraising carried out in any and all documentation and requests for funding whether written or verbal.
We at Suicide or Survive believe that donors have the right to be informed of the status and authority of those seeking donations. To this end we are open about whether those seeking donations on our behalf are volunteers, employees or third party agents.
Anyone fundraising on behalf of Suicide or Survive must ensure that prospective donors are aware of their status i.e. whether they are volunteers, employees or third party agents. All fundraisers carry clearly visible identification which includes the name of the individual who is fundraising, the name of the organisation, our logo, contact details and our Registered Irish Charity Number.
We have instructed all of those fundraising on behalf of Suicide or Survive to provide an honest and open answer if or when a member of the public enquires about their position in relation to our organisation i.e. whether they are volunteers, employees or third party agents.
Information on our fundraising activities is available in our fundraising calendar which can be found on our website www.suicideorsurvive.ie
We welcome feedback on our performance via the contact point provided below. See our Public Feedback and Complaints Policy and Procedure www.suicideorsurvive.ie
You can write to:
Aisling Farrell, CEO, Suicide or Survive, 151, 156 Thomas St, Usher’s Island, Dublin, D08 PY5E.
Telephone: 1890 577577 or 01 272 2158. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our opening hours are 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.