Women for Election is a not-for-profit and is funded through a mix of philanthropic grants, private donations and revenue generated through our training programmes.

We need long-term, sustained funding to make sure our mission of more women in Irish politics and decision-making positions is achieved. Supporters can help Women for Election in a variety of ways, including one-off donations, monthly payments, and through the Countess Markievicz Circle (€1,500 a year).

If you want to help us change the face of Irish politics and get more women on the ballot and into Leinster House, donate. No amount is too small.

You can make a one off Donation here:

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Recurring Monthly Donation:

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Sponsor a woman’s Training place

Each space on our INSPIRE training course costs €199. Help us offer a free space to a deserving woman by either donating the full amount or a percentage of the cost.

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