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How to donate to YSPI

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If you would like to make a donation to YSPI, or you have done some fundraising offline you'll need to return the money you have collected. There are a few different ways you can do this.


Ways to return money:

  • By phone
  • By post
  • At any AIB bank
By Phone

Pick up the phone and call us. Please have your credit card or debit card to hand.


Republic of Ireland
021 242 7173

By Post

Send a cheque made payable to Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland or YSPI in the post with a note clearly stating your full name and address.


Republic of Ireland
YSPI, 1st Floor 59 High Street, Killarney, County Kerry V93 N977

By Text

To make a text donation of €4.00 please Text YSPI to 50300

Android Link     Apple Link

Text costs €4. Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland will receive a minimum of €3.25. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 076 6805278
At any AIB branch or via Online Banking

Go to your local AIB bank with your funds and fill in one of their deposit slips. Remember to put your mobile number or email address in the narrative/ref box so we can send you a receipt.


AIB Bank:
Account number: 32388030
IBAN: IE64 AIBK 9340 5432 3880 30
Sorting code: 93-40-54        BIC:   AIBKIE2D
Branch: Blackpool, Cork City

Please remember

You must put a contact email or phone number on donations so we can send you a receipt.

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Withdrawing from family and friends
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Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland (RCN20070670)
59 High Street
Co Kerry V93 N977
Tel 021 - 242 7173