PayPal Charity Giving Fund
We are delighted that PayPal has signed us up to their Charity Giving Fund. All donations via this link are free of fees and deductions, so 100% of what you donate goes to Roscommon SPCA. If you purchase items via PayPal, you can also choose Roscommon SPCA as your favourite Charity and donate via that way as well.
PayPal Giving Fund Ireland helps people support their favourite charities online and raises funds to benefit charities through PayPal and other technology platforms. We receive donations and make grants to our donors’ recommended charities. PayPal Giving Fund Ireland is a registered charity with The Charities Regulator (No. 20205692).
100% of donations made here go to charity, no deductions, no fees
We have now set up TEXT TO DONATE
RSPCA to 50300 to donate €4.
Text cost €4. Roscommon SPCA will receive a minimum of €3.60.
Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline:
01 481 9311
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