Give the Gift of Recovery this Christmas

Will you help someone struggling with an addiction this Christmas?

With the festive season approaching, you could help someone battling an addiction take the first steps towards a better life. You can make a difference today and help give someone the gift of hope, a fresh start, and a new beginning by giving them the ‘Gift of Recovery’.

A generous donation to Tabor Group is an opportunity to make a substantial impact on the lives of individuals battling an addiction to alcohol, drugs, and gambling, as well as their families and loved ones.

Christmas can be a particularly challenging time for anyone living with addiction, with the pressures that arise from family get-togethers, parties, and other social occasions. Traditionally, Christmas is meant to be a time of inclusion, but the Irish focus on alcohol makes it difficult for anyone battling an addiction. Your donation can provide these individuals and loved ones with the much-needed treatment, counselling, education, and support they need to help rebuild their lives and begin their recovery journey in a life free from addiction.

All donations made to Tabor Group will go a long way towards helping us provide safe, nurturing spaces to anyone who walks through our doors. Not only that, but your donation also helps counter the worsening addiction crisis that is in Ireland today. Did you know 88 deaths every month in Ireland is directly attributable to alcohol? That one in eleven children in Ireland say parental alcohol use has a negative effect on their lives? That is about 109,684 children. What’s more, is the European Drugs Report placed Ireland fourth on the list of European Union countries with the highest drug overdose mortality rates. While over €5billion each year is gambled in Ireland – that’s €10,000 every minute. Your donation can help tackle this addiction crisis in Ireland.

Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling addiction has had a devastating impact on the lives of many and their families, and your donation can have a direct positive impact on these people’s lives. 100% of the money you donate will go directly towards providing clients with the rehabilitation treatment they need.

With the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, your support has never been more important as we respond to the serious challenges facing people in the grip of addiction and the escalation in demand for services. Both our treatment centres, Tabor Lodge and Tabor Fellowship, have remained open throughout the pandemic to provide the same high standards of life saving addiction treatment that we have been offering our clients for over 30 years.


If you would like to give the gift of recovery this Christmas, you can do so by donating to Tabor Group at the following link – https://bit.ly/3tX1PRZ

Your generosity is greatly appreciated by everyone at Tabor Group as well as our clients and their families.


A generous donation or financial contribution is just one of the possible ways you can support Tabor Group. Below is a list of some of the other ways you can make a difference in the lives of those struggling with an addiction to alcohol, drugs, and gambling:

  • Fund the cost of treatment for a client
  • Run a fundraising event on behalf of Tabor Group
  • Donate a product or services
  • Set up a regular Employee Donation Programme in your workplace
  • Form a partnership with Tabor Group

If you are interested in fundraising or donating to Tabor Group or have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us today.


Tabor Group provides residential & community-based addiction treatment programmes to men and woman over 18 years of age, who are struggling with addiction to alcohol, drugs, and gambling. If you or a loved one are suffering from an addiction, get help today. We can help you recover in a healthy, friendly environment and beat your addiction. Do not hesitate to contact one of our counsellors today for information by calling +353 (21) 488 7710 for Cork or +353 (1) 639 2962 for Dublin, or alternatively you can email us at info@taborgroup.ie. We can help you.