I believe in cooperation not competition. I believe in equality for human and nonhuman alike. I believe in freedom, unity and love. I cannot give much, but I give what I can.

Charities supported in August 2018:

Donated to a colleague’s charity fund to raise money to support her ill son.

Upside: The Guardian series of articles that only covers good news “We seek out the people, innovations and movements offering possible solutions to some of the world’s thorniest problems”.


Charities supported in March 2018:

Together for Yes: The National Women’s Council of Ireland’s National Campaign to Remove the Eighth Amendment.


Charities supported in December 2017:

For a homeless local man, Tesco gift voucher.

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA).

Fight For The Future: The FCC just voted to gut net neutrality rules, letting Internet providers like Verizon and Comcast control what we can see and do online with new fees, throttling, and censorship. But we can […] stop this.

LibreOffice. Supporting open source software.

IrfanView. Supporting open source software.


Charities supported in November 2017:

Jobstown Boxing Club: our boxing club went on fire last night all our equipment, ring and building are destroyed this club helps children from the age of 5 upwards! We really need to get this place back up and running it is strong in the heart of the community of jobstown tallaght any donation big or small be greatly appreciated. Many thanks.

ActionAid Ireland Rohingya Refugee Appeal: Over 500,000 Rohingya refugees – mostly women and children – have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar over the past few weeks. And numbers are increasing every day.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF): A future for people and nature. Together we can challenge the threats to nature, and help ensure its ability to provide—for the sake of every living thing, including ourselves.

Cats Aid: To rescue, rehabilitate and find good homes for unwanted cats on the explicit understanding that no health-recoverable cat taken in by Cats Aid will be destroyed.

Adult Literacy Agency (NALA): The National Adult Literacy Agency is an independent charity committed to making sure people with literacy and numeracy difficulties can fully take part in society and have access to learning opportunities that meet their needs.


Charities supported in June 2017:

Women’s Aid: a leading national organisation that has been working in Ireland to stop domestic violence against women and children.

Plan: Plan International’s vision is of a world in which all children realise their full potential in societies which respect people’s rights and dignities.

Geoengineering Watch: global climate engineering/geoengineering programs are radically disrupting weather patterns, disrupting the hydrological cycle (causing drought in some areas, flooding in others), destroying the ozone layer, and contaminating the entire planet with the toxic fallout from these atmospheric spraying operations. Our planet has no chance if we do not raise awareness and speak out.


Charities supported in May 2017:

Ruhama: a Dublin-based NGO which works on a national level with women affected by prostitution and other forms of commercial sexual exploitation.

Feminist Current: Canada’s leading feminist website.

Asthma Society of Ireland.

The Donkey Sanctuary Ireland.

Phibsboro Cat Rescue.


Charities supported in December 2016:

Dublin Simon Community: work to prevent and address homelessness.

Abortion Rights Campaign.

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.

Women’s Aid: a leading national organisation that has been working in Ireland to stop domestic violence against women and children.

Camfed: support Girls’ Education in Africa.



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