After your loved ones are provided for, a legacy donation is a possible option to think about for your will. A legacy donation is a donation or gift given by an individual to a charity in their will. It allows you to leave a long-lasting impact, and contribute to the future of The Dublin Neurological Institute (DNI) and its services. With a focus on research, education, training and innovation, the DNI will use any legacy donation as an opportunity to develop positive solutions for patients with neurological challenges and their families.

A legacy donation can be made by putting directions in your will on the amount or matter you wish to donate to the DNI. All you will need is:

  • Name: The Dublin Neurological Institute
  • Address: 57 Eccles St, Dublin, D07 W7XF
  • Revenue CHY number: 19772
  • Charity registration number: 20077954

With this information, you can leave a legacy donation in your will that would directly impact the DNI. The legacy donation does not have to be a very large sum to make a difference to our work.

We understand that leaving a legacy gift in your will is a very personal decision and it is entirely up to you if you would like to inform us in advance of your generosity.  If you do inform us it will assist the DNI to plan ahead and also to keep in touch with you about the differences the benefactors like you are making.

As part of our commitment to you, we promise to use any legacy donations in an effective and appropriate manner. We respect your right to privacy and to change your mind at any time.

If you already have a will, there are options such as a codicil to execute a legacy donation. For any questions on these options, or legacy donations, talk to your solicitor for clarification.

As a registered charity, the DNI relies on the generosity of others to further our capabilities. Any donation is greatly appreciated and provides the chance to grow our work and change the lives of others. Legacy donations give you the platform to leave your impression on the future of neurology in Ireland and can make an enormous difference to our work here at the DNI.