Below you will find information about our current principal sources of funding.
- Victims & Survivors Service
- Department of Foreign Affairs
- Philanthropic Donations (large and small)
- Personal Donations – Made from time to time to the Centre which are frequently accompanied by a request from these generous benefactors to desist from publishing their details. Their contributions are recorded, responsibly used and most gratefully received.
- Personal Donations – Through Standing Orders & Gift Aid (Detailed records held at the Centre)
- Donations from Organisations – Through other sources, locally and further afield, with our sincere gratitude, we acknowledge, in the last eighteen months, the following;
- Darkness into Light, Pieta House
- Primark, Omagh
- Omagh St. Endas (Health & Wellbeing Committee)
- Brian Garrity, Director at BGI NI
- Ultra Building Products Ltd
Other Significant Support Towards Sustainability:
- Sisters of Mercy, Northern Province
- Presentation Sisters, North East Province
The most significant support provided to the Tara Centre by the Sisters of Mercy and the Presentation Sisters is the lease of the premises, jointly owned by them, to the Company, free of charge.
“Thank you, sincerely, for whatever way you choose to support the good work of Tara.”
The Tara Centre
Tara Centre Fundraising Events
Due to Covid 19, our fundraising opportunities have been limited over the last 18 months. However, our grateful thanks to Gemma Donnelly of Bumble & Blue who offered to design and create a special range of candles in conjunction with Tara to celebrate our 25th Anniversary 2021. All profits from every candle sold are being donated to Tara.
Candles are currently only available directly from Gemma. Please contact her as follows:
“Generosity is the most natural outward expression of an inner attitude of compassion and loving-kindness”