Why support us?

War and conflict cause hurt and trauma that can take generations to heal. A culture of fear and silence can envelop communities making them sceptical of the “other.” Without an impartial facilitator to begin the process of reconciliation they risk further segregation as deep divisions remain prevalent. The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation is an Irish NGO dedicated to transforming violent conflict and building peace in Ireland and internationally.

Please help us to continue this work by making a donation today or for further information please contact us on +353 (0)1 2829711 or by email.

Become a Member

Our members are part of the governance of the organisation. They are the owners of the organisation and can be elected to serve on the Board of Directors. Individuals who wish to become a member must be nominated and seconded at an AGM. If you are interested in becoming a member of Glencree, please contact us on on +353 (0)1 282 9711 or info@glencree.ie for further information.

Our Finances

The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation is committed to being as transparent as possible. Our transparency is an important aspect in our endeavours to be an effective and accountable organisation. You can find our Directors’ Reports and Financial Statements below.

Directors Report and Financial Statements

2016 Directors Report and Financial Statements

2015 Directors Report and Financial Statements

2014 Directors Report and Financial Statements

Glencree gratefully acknowledges the support given by all of our donors, including:

  • Irish Government
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Anglo Irish Desk, Reconciliation Fund
  • The Office of Public Works
  • The Tony Ryan Trust
  • Corporate Donors
  • Friends of Glencree
  • Members of Glencree
  • Anonymous Donors
  • Legacies

In the past, funding has been gratefully received from:

  • Atlantic Philanthropies
  • The Ireland Funds
  • Community Foundation for Ireland
  • Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Conflict Resolution Unit
  • Foreign Embassies in Ireland
  • Corporate donors, including:
    • Arthur Cox
    • Bombardier
    • Bullman Investment Management
    • Diageo Ireland
    • Eircom
    • G&T Crampton
    • Glenview Hotel and Leisure Club
    • Google
    • Grafton Recruitment
    • Heatons
    • HR Holfeld Group
    • InfoMarex
    • Irish Life
    • King Tree Services Ltd.
    • Paul Martin Communications
    • RTE
    • Vodafone
    • Whirlpool Ireland