Help us make a difference

We’re here to help and need your support to achieve that goal. With your support we can continue to provide financial assistance to doctors and their families. Each donation, no matter how large or small, is appreciated and directly helps our beneficiaries at times of greatest need.

There are many ways you can make a donation.

Set up a regular donation

You can make a regular donation by setting up:

1. A standing order from your bank account
Simply download the Standing Order form, complete and return to
Royal Medical Benevolent Fund Society of Ireland
C/O Communication Department
Royal College of Surgeons
123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

2. Setting up a regular payment by credit card
Simply choose from the subscription option below to set up a regular payment by credit card.

Make a once off donation

You can make a once off donation by:

1. Cheque payment
Cheques, made payable to the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund Society of Ireland can be posted to the above address.

2. Cash lodgement
Cash can be lodged to:
AIB, 1-4 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2
Account: RMBFSI
Account Number: 25593-080
BIC: AIBKIE2D
IBAN: IE12 AIBK 9311 5225 5930 80

3. Electronic Funds Transfer
Donations can be made via electronic funds transfer
Account: RMBFSI
Account Number: 25593-080
BIC: AIBKIE2D
IBAN: IE12 AIBK 9311 5225 5930 80

4. Credit card
Make a once off payment by adding the amount in the box below and click donate.
Note: If you would like to donate €20 please type 20.00 in the box below.

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Bequest

After providing for family and loved ones, you may wish to make a bequest to the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund Society of Ireland. Your solicitor can help you to remember the Society in your will. Alternatively, friends and families can make a donation to Royal Medical Benevolent Fund Society of Ireland in memory of a loved one. Please contact at info@medicalbenevolent.ie to find out more about making a bequest or an “In memory of” donation.

2014 Grants

  • €86,000 Total value of grants made
  • €10,000 Value of average grant
  • 18 Doctors and their families helped