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Support the ICLF

By supporting and donating to the Irish Cultural and Learning Foundation you are helping reinforce our mission “to Celebrate and promote Irish and Celtic Heritage and its influence on and partnership with other cultures.” Your donations go towards funding events to connect the community, creating classes to educate and so much more. Your donation, material, monetary or your time are greatly appreciated. Explore the buttons below to decide how you would like to support us!

Donate

With your help, the Irish Cultural Center & McClelland Library can continue to provide educational programs, classes, special events, and library and genealogy services.

Membership

Become a member to help further our goal of educating, inspiring and connecting the people of Arizona and the Western U.S. with their Irish and Celtic heritage and culture.

Volunteering

Volunteers help deliver the experiences that create a lasting legacy while increasing their own knowledge of Ireland’s history, literature, and culture.

Sponsorship

Sponsorship packages present businesses and individuals the opportunity to provide support in a way that provides co-branding and showcases your support of the great Celtic community of Arizona.

Material Donations

If you are interested in making a donation of materials to the Irish Cultural Center & McClelland Library, please take a moment to review the guidelines for donated materials.

Legacy Giving

Whether you would like to put your donation to work today or benefit us after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your family and support the Irish Cultural and Learning Foundation.

You can also support us in other ways and leave your mark for posterity.

Buy a Brick or Stone

Leave a lasting legacy! Purchase your brick or stone to be permanently placed at the Irish Cultural Center and McClelland Library. The brick or stone includes your own permanent personal message to all those who visit. For more information call 602.258.0109 or email info@azirish.org