Cats Aid is a wholly voluntary non-profit making organisation and it is a constant struggle to raise funds to cover the high costs of medical care, boarding, neutering and vaccinating. We would be delighted to receive your donation, of any amount small or large, to help us continue our vital work.
If you do get a cat from us, a donation towards these costs would be really appreciated. Our suggested minimum is EUR 40 or whatever you can afford.
EUR05 would help to buy food for a new born kitten.
EUR10 would enable us to purchase a new bed for an abandoned cat.
EUR20 would feed a cat or kitten for a whole month.
EUR65 would pay for all the vaccinations a cat would need.
EUR75 would help towards the cost of medication and food for a sick cat
We also welcome donations of cat food . Please phone or email & we will try to arrange collection.
Please use the secure link below to donate online, using your Debit/Credit Card or PayPal account.
If you can not or do not wish to donate online, we would be delighted to receive your postal donation to help us continue our work.
Please send your donation to the address below, and don’t forget to include your name and address if you would like a receipt.
Please don’t send cash in the post.
P.O. Box 2874
You can download our Standing Order Form, print, complete your details and return to to The Treasurer, Cats Aid, PO Box 2874, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. We will acknowledge initially and then issue you with an annual receipt.
You can download our Bequest Form, print, and complete your details, should you chose to remember Cats Aid in your will.
Under Section 45 of the Finance Act, since April 2001 donations in one year, which total €250 or more are eligible for tax relief.
For a PAYE taxpayer, Cats Aid can claim back the tax that you have paid on your donation.
For example if you are on the 20% standard rate of tax and make a donation of €250, the value of your donation to Cats Aid is €312.50. The same €250 donation by someone in the higher 41% tax bracket is worth €423.73.
All you need to do is supply us with your PPS Number and tell us if you are on higher or lower tax band.
If you are a self-assessed tax-payer, it works the other way around.
You can claim back tax on any donation you make.
To reclaim your deduction make sure you have your receipt issued by Cats Aid.
Under the 2001 Finance Act, a corporate tax relief scheme is in place for companies that make donations to eligible charities.
A company donation greater than €250, with no upper limit, to Cats Aid can qualify for tax relief at the current rate of corporation tax.
The company will claim a deduction for the donation as if it were a trading expense