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Endometriosis Association of Ireland

Cause Description

The Endometriosis Association of Ireland is here to provide support and information for those living with endometriosis and to promote research into this disease.

We also strive to raise awareness of endometriosis amongst women in Ireland and the medical profession; awareness not just of the disease, but also the symptoms, effects and treatment options.

We look forward to a time when all women have ready access to a timely diagnosis and receive appropriate treatment, care and support.

The Endometriosis Association of Ireland is funded by its members and donations. We are not in receipt of regular funding from any other sources. 

History

The EAI was formed in 1987. We are 30 years supporting those affected by endometriosis. 

Where Your Money Goes

The funds raised will go towards paying for:

  • Annual information day
  • Participation in International Endometriosis Awareness Month - March
  • Information leaflets - printing and postage
  • Maintaining our website, Facebook and Twitter
  • Running our online support group
  • Support meetings throughout the year
  • Invited speakers on a range of topics to do with understanding endometriosis, getting treatment and managing symptoms
  • General running costs, including room rental, stationery, postage, legal and financial costs

Cause Registration

Revenue (Charities Unit) (CHY): CHY 8693

Charities Regulatory Authority (CRA) : 20021672

View Endometriosis Association of Ireland on Benefacts.ie : https://benefacts.ie/Results?q=1965218

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Contact Us

Contact Details

Carmichael House , 4 North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7, Dublin, IRELAND

http://www.endometriosis.ie

https://twitter.com/endo_ireland