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The Irish Georgian Society's conservation and education programmes are funded through the generosity of our members and private donors. This support is vital for the Society’s work with conservation projects and in saving buildings of architectural significance. It is also essential in enabling the Society undertake a wide range of educational initiatives that include the annual Irish Architectural & Decorative Studies Journal, the Desmond Guinness Scholarship, and a specially designed programme to raise awareness of traditional building skills and best conservation practices. Your donation could make a real difference by helping us to protect Ireland’s built heritage. 

Ireland The Irish Georgian Foundation (operating as the Irish Georgian Society) has charitable status in Ireland (CHY 6372) and so can avail of tax benefits from donations exceeding €250.

USA The Irish Georgian Society has charitable status in the USA through Irish Georgian Society Inc. where donations are eligible for tax relief. For the IRS confirmation letter on the Irish Georgian Society's Inc. tax exempt status as a charitable organization under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, please click on the following link.

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'Exhibiting Art in Georgian Ireland' exhibition

Exhibiting Art in Georgian Ireland: An Exhibition Celebrating The Restoration Of The City Assembly House will open at the City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2 in June 2018. This exhibition is free and will be open to the public for six weeks.

Watch this video outlining the scope of the exhibition, featuring Curator Dr. Ruth Kenny, former chairperson of the Irish Georgian Foundation Dr David Fleming (University of Limerick) and IGS Executive Director Donough Cahill.

Make a donation by cheque or credit card
To make a donation by cheque or postal order, download our donation form here and return it by post to: Irish Georgian Society, City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2, Ireland D02 X751 or to make a donation by credit card over the phone call +353 (0)1 679 8675.

Your donation will be acknowledged in the exhibition brochure.



Scholarship Programme

The Irish Georgian Society supports and promotes scholarly research in the field of architecture and the decorative arts through its the publication of its annual journal, Irish Architectural & Decorative Studies and through the Desmond Guinness Scholarship.

Your donation will go directly toward publication costs for Irish Architectural & Decorative Studies - the Journal of the Irish Georgian Society. 



Programme Funds

Your donation will go toward funding essential overheads related to the administration of IGS programmes.