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Eversheds Sutherland becomes Corporate Partner of The Ireland Funds

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    Leading global law firm, Eversheds Sutherland Ireland is delighted to become a corporate partner of The Ireland Funds, to help support people in need across the island of Ireland and among Irish communities around the world.

    The Ireland Funds is a global philanthropic network established in 1976. Its mission is to harness the power of a global philanthropic network of friends of Ireland to promote and support peace, culture, education and community development throughout Ireland and Irish communities around the world. The Ireland Funds helps people in need by supporting worthy and innovative projects in both Ireland and the US. With chapters in 12 countries, The Ireland Funds has raised over $600 million for deserving causes in Ireland and beyond, benefiting more than 3,200 different non-profit organisations.

    Gerard Ryan, Partner and Head of Corporate at Eversheds Sutherland Ireland, has been involved with The Ireland Funds for many years and is a member of the Board of Directors of The Ireland Funds.  

    Gerard commented: “We are delighted and privileged at Eversheds Sutherland Ireland to partner with this global philanthropic network that supports worthy causes throughout the island of Ireland and Irish-related causes around the world. We hope that our our support will improve the lives of people who access a wide range of not-for-profit organisations that receive vital funding from The Ireland Funds, such as through its Heart of the Community Fund particularly at a time of real need during the pandemic. I’ve seen first hand the excellent work that people supported by The Ireland Funds carry out and the life changing and life affirming results it can have so we’re privileged to play a small part in that.”

    This three-year partnership is part of the firm’s commitment to being a responsible global business as it grows. 

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