Directly to our Bank
7/12 Dame Street
Account: Sick & Indigent Roomkeepers’ Society (Inc)
Legacies are among the most important contributions to SIRKS funds each year.
There are a number of different ways to leave a gift in your Will. If you are considering
leaving a gift in your Will to the Sick and Indigent Roomkeepers’ Society, you should consult
your solicitor for advice. The following may be a suitable form of bequest:-
“I give the sum of € xxx to the Sick and Indigent Roomkeepers’ Society
(Incorporated), 74, Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 4 for the general purposes of the said charity.
The receipt of the treasurer or other proper officer of the said charity shall be sufficient
discharge to my executors in the payment of this legacy.
If at the date of my death, the said charity has ceased to exist or has amalgamated or become
incorporated with another charity or has changed its name, then this legacy shall not fail, but
my executors shall pay the legacy to such charitable organisations as they consider most
nearly fulfils the objects of that which I intend to benefit.”
Revenue Commissioner’s Charitable Donation Scheme
When an individual donates, the charity or approved body claims the tax relief. To allow the charity to claim the relief you must complete one of the following forms and give it to the organisation:-