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Why incorporate CSR into your company? 

CSR demonstrates that you're a business that takes an interest in wider social issues, which will attract customers that share the same values. 

The Benefits of CSR:

  • Better brand recognition 

  • Increased sales & customer loyalty 

  • Operational costs savings 

  • Organisational Growth 

  • Positive business reputation 

  • Better customer relations 


Clare's Wish are apart of the Humanli Family. Click here for more information

Our Supporters / CSR


We grant wishes to adults with terminal illnesses and due to this, we are very often in a race against time to make these wishes come true. This is where you can help us make this happen. We rely greatly on donations and fundraising to enable us to grant as many wishes as Possible.


Whether you are a Business, a group or an individual, there are many ways you can help us. From fundraising for us, helping with making wishes come true.


Become a Business Supporter

If you wish to become a business supporter and help us continue to grant wishes all around Ireland, here are some ways you can make a difference: 

  • When it comes to events, the more, the merrier! Fundraising activities are a great way to engage with your local community, build brand awareness, increase staff morale and it's also a great way to build team relationships. As a company, you can all feel proud that you are helping to put a smile on the face of a person suffering from a terminal illness.

  • Nominating Clare's Wish  Foundation as your Charity of the Year. Working with a charity all year round can increase staff morale, motivation, create more closely-knitted workplace relationships, and attract new talents whilst making a positive impact on society. In the end, motivated and engaged employees are more productive and companies that like to get engaged in social matters are better viewed by the media and by potential candidates in the marketplace. By nominating Clare's Wish Foundation as your chosen Charity of the Year, your business will become an important part of our continued success and this will help us ensure that we can grant as many wish requests as possible, even if it's only for a day, that will be cherished forever more. 


Here are some Companies that are currently providing us with a much needed service:
  • Pioneering Social Impact specialisation in Ireland. We help to make a lasting positive impact on communities on behalf of companies, charities and community groups who need an advisory network with rigorous vetting processes to guide financial and volunteering resources.

  • CUBE is an award-winning Irish company who have been at the forefront of the development in the pharmaceutical print industry since 1996. We specialise in the printing of Instructions for Use booklets and Product Information Leaflets for the medical device, pharmaceutical and technology markets.​

  • With over 20 years’ experience in graphic design and printing, Vision Signs will supply all your business promotional material including your logo design, stationery, brochures, flyers and much more. Drive your sales with better design!

  • Since 2014, Tesco Community Funds have supported over 20,000 community projects nationwide with €5 million in donations including schools, charities, sports groups, elderly care centres, health organisations and much more.

  • Tayto Park is an amusement park in Ireland, based on the Irish potato crisp brand Tayto. It is located in the townland of Kilbrew, in County Meath. The park was opened in November 2010.

  • Fota Wildlife Park is a 100-acre wildlife park located on Fota Island, near Carrigtwohill, County Cork, Ireland. Opened in 1983, it is an independently funded, not-for-profit charity that is one of the leading tourism, wildlife and conservation attractions in Ireland

  • Irish Hotels are vital supporting some of the wish requests that we receive during the year.


A big thank you to those that support our foundation.

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