End of Life Ireland

Privacy Policy

We recognise your rights as a data subject. We are committed to upholding your rights under GDPR, namely:

  • The Right to be Forgotten (Right to Erasure)
  • The Right of Access to One’s Personal Data
  • 30-day response time applies to all Data Subject Rights
  • The Right to Object to Certain Processing
  • The Right to Restriction of Processing
  • Rights in relation to Profiling and Automated Decision Making
  • The Right to Data Portability

Cookies and Tracking

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Newsletter Sign Ups

We have a newsletter sign up. Should you sign up for our newsletter we will hold your information securely inside the EU using the Mailchimp Email Platform. Should you wish to be removed from our mailing list we will remove you immediately upon request. If you wish to unsubscribe from our Email list please click here.

Healthcare Professional Register

We recognise that it can be difficult for healthcare professionals to publicly support providing Medical Assistance in Dying. As such we have created a highly secure and high confidential register of healthcare professionals who support End of Life Choice. Your personal data will be held on secure servers in a system founded and financed by the United Nations body UNOCHA. We will never share your personal data and we will never use your personal data for marketing purposes. We are gathering this data solely to count Healthcare Professionals in Ireland who support End of Life Choice. We will report on this data in aggregate, for statistical purposes and to further the campaign to facilitate medical assistance in dying in Ireland. You can read more about the UN tool Kobo Toolbox the Humanitarian Instance here. We will store this data only up until such a time as access to Voluntary Assisted Dying is permissable in Ireland. At that point the register will have served it’s purpose and we will delete the Healthcare Professional Register in it’s entirety.

EOLI Funding Policy

It is important to us, as we rely on the goodwill and generosity of the public, to ensure that there is openness, honesty and transparency amongst our donors. End of Life Ireland (EOLI) is fully committed to achieving this based on our own polices, good practice and current Irish legislation.
We are entirely dependent on the generosity of the public. We are a fully volunteer lead group, and rely heavily on volunteers supporting us both financially and in-kind.

We use a combination of fundraising methods such as online fundraising initiatives, targeted individual events and personal donations. We always clearly identify whether our fundraising efforts are for the purposes of advocacy and campaigning, or for education purposes. Where we raise money for advocacy and campaigning we adhere to SIPO guidelines as outlined below.

How will we spend your money?

– Education

Funds raised for educational purposes are used for general education and are not spent on any initiative where the pupose is to change the law on Voluntary Assisted Dying.

– Advocacy and Campaigning Funds

EOLI will spend funds raised for Advocacy and Campaigning on important elements of our objective to bring Voluntary Assisted Dying to Ireland, including print and online materials, events, training, awareness and more.

Personal & Individual Donations

All personal & individual donations donated for Advocacy and Campaigning will be recorded, to allow us to express our appreciation and comply with Standards in Public Office (SIPO) legislative requirements. We will require your name, address and email address. We are required by law to keep these records for the purpose of compliance with the Standards in Public Office requirements. Your information will be held only for the statutory period then deleted and will not be used for any other purpose.  End of life Ireland will be fully compliant with SIPO standards. We will refund any donation that does not comply with SIPO requirements. The limit for an individual’s donations under SIPO is €2,500.

Donations from Organisations and Groups
Organisations and groups may donate to us for Educational purposes or for Advocacy and Campaigning to change Voluntary Assisted Dying laws.. We welcome support from organisations and groups for our educational and awareness work. Any organisations and groups that wish to donate should make contact beforehand to discuss the donation and how best to apply the donation to our work. Please get in contact with us at: fundraising@endoflifeireland.ie

Donations from abroad
If you are donating from outside the island of Ireland, please get in contact with us at: fundraising@endoflifeireland.ie. We cannot accept overseas donations for Advocacy and Campaigningto change the law, however we can accept donations for educational purposes.

Anonymous Donations
We cannot accept anonymous donations for Advocacy and Campaigning at this time as per SIPO requirements.


Should you have any queries, please contact us at info@endoflifeireland.ie.