We need your support to build Dunrovin

Dunrovin is where it all started. Thanks to the generous bequest of the Rice family, our Association is privileged, to have this asset located at the centre of our waterway.  Our strategic partnership with the RNLI is still on track.  On September 16, 2020, we signed the building contracts to commence the build of a clubhouse facility for IWAI and a new lifeboat station for Lough Ree and the mid-Shannon region.

We are asking you, our members to support and contribute to the completion of the IWAI Dunrovin development.

Your donation is key to us reaching our goal in building Dunrovin, the most significant project ever undertaken by this voluntary Association. It will help us secure our future, continue our mission to maintain our waterways, advocate for waterways users, and better regulation in collaboration with the waterways authorities and agencies, and respect and honour our heritage.

In the ‘Building Dunrovin’ story, all donations will be acknowledged on an honour roll, recorded for posterity.

Thank you for your support!

P.S.

The IWAI is a registered charity with the Charities Regulator and all donations to Dunrovin enjoy a special tax treatment. Our registered charity no. 20028732, CHY NO. 10915. Email iwaidunrovin@gmail.com for further information.

Please complete the form below first for our records and then make a payment

Three ways you can donate

Donate electronically via your own bank or Revolut

Account: Inland Waterways Association of Ireland Dunrovin fund, Number: 39940112, BIC: BOFIIE2D, IBAN: IE27 BOFI 9016 3439 9401 12

Donate by cheque

To donate by cheque please fill in the online form (below) and it will automatically be emailed to Kevin Clabby. Please post the cheque to Kevin Clabby, Barrymore, Athlone, Co Roscommon N37 X073, email: iwaidunrovin@gmail.com

Donate online

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