We receive fee payments to cover everyone’s day to day care, which is immediately translated into staffing and household costs, but there is no statutory duty for the Government to maintain our buildings or to establish new or different types of housing. Neither is there an obligation for them to provide the many and varied enterprises, skills training, sports and leisure opportunities that exist at the Meath, enabling and empowering people to live safe, happy and fulfilled lives as independently as possible.
Alternatively, you may like to attend one of our events. Every penny to us is important and helps us to make a real and lasting difference in people’s lives.
For more information, please call or email Tania Cantoni.
T: 01483 411071
The Meath Epilepsy Charity is committed to its charitable aims and fundraises to support and enhance the lives of our residents. We are proud members of The Institute of Fundraising and the Fundraising Regulator. We always practice ethical fundraising and always practice the Fundraising Regulators promise to be open, honest, fair and legal.
This policy seeks to cover the ethical issues and social responsibility within fundraising. All the Meath staff involved in fundraising have a responsibility to be aware and have a thorough understanding of the ethical issues referred to in this policy.
|Your pledge||Actual cost to you
(tax payer @ 20%)
|Actual cost to you
(tax payer @40%)
|What your yearly
donation means to
|£5||£4||£3||One day’s groceries|
|£10||£8||£6||Servicing of electric beds and hoists|
|£20||£16||£12||Servicing one of two the Meath’s buses|
|£50||£40||£30||Yearly cost of laundering bed linen and clothes|
By donating to the Meath through payroll giving you are helping to provide the stability that enables us to plan ahead.
How to sign up
Please call or email Tania Cantoni.
T: 01483 411071