You can help by becoming a supporter of the Irish Council Against Blood Sports and becoming active in our campaign to end blood sports in Ireland. To enable us to continue expanding our campaigning work, we need as many supporters as possible. The more supporters we have, the louder our campaigning voice will be.
The Irish Council Against Blood Sports relies entirely on the generosity of its supporters to continue campaigning for an end to blood sport cruelty. Please become a supporter of ICABS today. Annual rates are just 15 Euro (Individual), 20 Euro (Family) and 8 Euro (Unwaged).
You can become a supporter or make a donation online using your debit/credit card or Paypal account.
Alternatively, print and complete a subscription form and return it to us at ICABS, PO Box 88, Mullingar, Co Westmeath, Ireland with a cheque made payable to ICABS.
If you wish to pay by direct debit, please contact us for a copy of our Standing Order form.
Thank you very much for your support.
The Irish Council Against Blood Sports very much relies on your help when it comes to campaigning. You are encouraged to do whatever you can to help and below is a list of ideas for you to consider. All efforts are valuable contributions to the campaign. Be assured that as an individual, you can make a difference.
|Top ways you can help the campaign|
|•||Join our email list and respond to our Action Alerts|
|•||Become a campaign supporter and make a donation to help fund our efforts|
|•||Contact your local politicians and ask them to support a ban on blood sports|
|•||Be our friend on MySpace, Bebo, Twitter and Youtube|
|•||Sign up for our free text alert service and receive occasional campaign updates to your phone|
|•||Link to our website and display one of our banners|
|•||Monitor blood sports meetings in your area and provide us with photos, video and reports.|
|•||Write a letter to your local newspaper about the cruelty of blood sports|
|•||Sign and collect signatures for our petitions|
|•||Organise a fund-raiser to help raise funds for the campaign|
|•||Set up an online anti-blood sports group (e.g. on Facebook) to cover your area.|
|•||Download, print and display our posters and leaflets|
|•||Set up an information stand at your school/library/youth group/adult group, etc|
|•||Introduce your friends to our website and encourage them to get involved.|
|•||Simply keeping your ear to the ground. about any blood-sport related incidents in your area.|