Together we are standing up to cancer

Support Cork Cancer Care Centre

We do not receive state or HSE funding. We reply on the support of the Community, whether it be Fundraisers who play a key role in raising awareness and generating much needed funds, corporate sponsorship by way of partnership with local businesses or individual donations from the many generous people who continue to so supportive.

If you’d like to help support Cork Cancer Care Centre, below are the various methods that you can do so. Every effort is massively appreciated and goes a long way to ensuring we can continue to provide these invaluable services for those in need. 

Our Giving Tree

Celebrate the warrior in your life, both past and present!


Send a gift of our iris flower to celebrate your warrior and help us to raise vital funds for the future to help those affected by a cancer diagnosis.


Thank you for your continued support.


Send a flower of Hope



Make a donation

Donate by Text

Text CCCC to 50300 to donate to Cork Cancer Care Centre
Text Costs €4. Cork Cancer Care Centre will receive a minimum of €3.60
Service Provider LIKECHARITY
Helpline 0766805278

Make a donation via Paypal

You can also Donate directly to Cork Cancer Care Centre by:

Cash, Cheque or Bank Lodgement
AIB, South Mall, Cork
Bank Account Details:
IBAN: IE19AIBK93638365552186




CRA: 20100889

Make a Donation online

You can make an online donation using iDonate. Just click on the button below

We do not receive state or HSE funding.  We reply on the support of our Community Fundraisers who play a key role in raising awareness and generating much needed funds for Cork Cancer Care Centre.

Organise a Fundraiser

We would love for you to get involved with us here at the Cork Cancer Care Centre. If you would like to host a fundraiser for us please get in touch with us on 021 4949090 or email

Corporate Sponsorship

You can support us in a number ways, from becoming a company sponsor to organising an employee-fundraising event. Find out more about the many ways you can get involved. If you’re considering supporting us, you might like to know that there’s a range of ways you can get involved.

Companies can support our work in a number of ways, from volunteerism, to employee fundraising activities, to grants towards our services. By aligning themselves with our work, companies see a direct benefit to employees and customers and enjoy an ongoing association with our staff.


The Charitable Donation Scheme allows tax relief on qualifying donations made to eligible charities and approved bodies.

If an individual makes a donation of over €250 in the year, the charity or approved body can claim a refund of tax paid on that donation by the donor. If a company makes a donation of over €250 in the year, the company can claim a tax deduction as if the donation was a trading expense. There is a four year time limit for making a claim under this scheme.

Here is the link for the revenue site

It is only with your help that we can continue supporting cancer patients and their families ensuring that no one has to face it alone. Our services are available to all free of charge and all costs are met through voluntary donations and fundraising activities.

Employees working together for a charity increases staff morale and motivation. It is also a wonderful way to enhance teamwork and project a positive corporate image. Employee fundraising activities can range from a table quiz to a family day out.

Cork Cancer Care Centre hosts fundraising events and activities throughout the year as we solely survive on fundraising . By supporting these activities companies have the opportunity to align their brand with Cork Cancer Care Centre and to enjoy a positive feeling with staff, customers and people across Ireland.

Donating much-needed funds will make an immediate impact on Cork Cancer Care Centre

Payroll giving is a simple and effective way for employees to make regular payments to a charity directly from their salary. This is a great incentive to fundraise within a company and allows us to fund cancer services and provide support for people with cancer and their families in Cork