How you can help

Donate

We rely entirely on the generous donations of the general public. We receive no government funding and we need your help in order to be able to continue our work in Malawi. As Zikomo operates with no administration expenses in Ireland you can be guaranteed that your donation will go directly to projects that will help those most in need.

Currently, we do not support any facility for processing online donations. The reason for this being that any of the companies that handle these transactions will charge us a percentage on any donation. As it is our philosophy to get all donations to where they are intended in the most direct way possible we do not use services such as Paypal or Mycharity.ie.

You can donate directly into our bank account or send a cheque made out to "Zikomo" to:

Zikomo Ireland,
Corcullen,
Galway,
Ireland.

Bank details:

Bank of Ireland, NUI, Galway, Ireland.
Zikomo
904018 57344883

If you plan on donating more than €250 there will be tax relief for your donation which will benefit Zikomo. This means that with a total annual donation €250, Zikomo will actually receive either €312.50 or €431, depending on whether you pay tax at the standard rate or the higher rate.

You can find out more and download the CHY2 form from the Revenue website.

We will send acknowledgement of any donations received.

Organise a fundraising event

If you are interested in organising a fundraising event for Zikomo we would be delighted to talk to you. We have run a wide range of fundraising events in the past ranging from nature walks to midsummer parties; table quizes to carol singing and we are open to new ideas. Please get in contact with us for more info.

Volunteer

Director:
Zikomo is looking to recruit a new member for the board of directors. This voluntary position is a highly rewarding role and offers the chance for someone that is truly interested in development issues to have a real impact on a proactive and flexible NGO. 
The role requires the attendance of board meetings in Galway once a month and to help with the ongoing management and administration of the organisation. The ideal candidate would be passionate about development work and have some experinece with organisational management.
Please contact us for more information about this role.