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Would you like to make a donation to Bodywhys?

Bodywhys receives its primary funding from the Health Service Executive which goes towards covering costs. All additional donations and fundraising go directly towards providing services and information for people affected by eating disorders.

Text Donations

Text BODY to 50300 to donate €2. Your donation will be used to assist Bodywhys to deliver support and information services to people affected by eating disorders throughout Ireland. 100% of your donation goes to Bodywhys across most network operators. Some operators apply VAT which means that a minimum of €1.63 will go to Bodywhys. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 0766805278


Donate using iDonate.ie

fundraise on idonate

You can now donate to Bodywhys using iDonate.ie

Once Off Online Payment With Your Credit Card Using Paypal

To make a donation through Paypal click the ‘Donate’ button below. On the next page please enter the word Donation in the Payment For box.




Post a Cheque

General donations can be made by cheque payable to Bodywhys and posted to the following address:

Bodywhys – The Eating Disorders Association of Ireland
PO Box 105
Blackrock
Co. Dublin

Lodge Or Transfer Money Directly Into Account

Direct lodgements can be made into the Bodywhys account with the following details:

Bank of Ireland, Stillorgan
Account Name: Think Bodywhys Ltd.
Account Number: 60287808
Sort Code: 90 10 95

Gift Donations

Give the gift of support to someone. Add a gift to Bodywhys to your wedding list or let people know that they can make a donation to Bodywhys on your behalf for any occasion:

  • Wedding
  • Anniversary
  • Christmas
  • Birthday

If you would like to let someone know that you have made a donation to Bodywhys, we would be delighted to send out an acknowledgement.

Email info@bodywhys.ie for more information.

Donations and Tax Relief

Changes to the tax relief on donations to charities effective from 1st January 2013

For further details please see The Irish Charities Tax Reform website.