Get Involved

We need your help

There are many ways you can partner with CCI and help. As an Irish, US or international company, your donations are tax deductible and we are always looking for volunteers to help out our organisation. We welcome your efforts and contributions in the below areas.


Call +353 21 455 8774

Get active for Chernobyl

Do Miles, Make Smiles

Why not run, cycle or hop for Chernobyl Children International:

As a member of team Chernobyl Children International you will receive:

A full fundraising pack with sponsorship forms and helpful tips to help you smash your sponsorship target.
An extensive training pack for runners of all levels, and weekly training PDFs from our experts and support, advice and guidance from our Fundraising team.

Fundraising Support

If you are taking part in a marathon, cycle or other sporting event for Chernobyl Children International don’t forget to request your pack from

Chernobyl Children International have partnered with My to make fundraising as easy as possible for our supporters. This is a safe and secure online site to set up details of your event and manage donations from your friends and family. If you need assistance setting up your page just email




How your gift will make a difference to the children of Chernobyl...

Homes of Hope
This is our commitment to provide alternative care for abandoned children who are left to languish in dilapidated state run institutions.
Little Angels
Bring a smile to the faces of children in an institution like Vesnova Children's Mental Asylum by enabling us to provide lifesaving medical treatment.
Hope Floats
The first touch of a hand can turn the dark and the pain into hope - please give children the gift of hope.
Flying Doctors
Help to sponsor an operation for a child with a condition such as ‘Chernobyl Heart’, you will save a child's life, giving them hope for the future.
Nursing Heroes
Many children have been abandoned to institutional care but by helping to sponsor a part-time nurse you can bring a world of love and care to children who have seldom had any.