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 At 2into3 we believe that philanthropic giving has an increasingly important role to play in the development and funding of Sport. As economic demands continue to test the states investment at all levels of sporting activity, fundraising, especially from philanthropic sources, needs to be increasingly incorporated into sporting organisations funding models. Through our consulting and leadership recruitment services we endeavour to support those organisations at the heart of participation and excellence in sport throughout Ireland.



Irish Sailing Association 

The ISA is Irelands National Governing Body for all forms of recreational and competitive activity involving sail and engine powered craft. It aims to promote leadership and representation for the boating community, and promote the activities of sail and engine powered craft. 

It also develops and administers a range of training and other services to support both members and all those involved in sailing and boating of all types, which currently includes: Dinghy sailing, Keelboat Sailing, Catamaran Sailing, Sail Cruising, Motor Cruising, Inland Waterways, Powerboating, Windsurfing, Personal Watercraft (aka Jetski), Emergency Care, Sea Survival, Instructor Training

2into3 were asked by the Irish Sailing High Performance Committee, with support from Sport Ireland , to develop a long term fundraising strategy.  

  • To learn more about our Fundraising Strategy Services please click here

Irish Sailing Foundation 

The Irish Sailing Association developed a strategic plan to 2020 with a mission to develop the sport of Sailing in union with Clubs, Training Centres and Associated Organisations. 

The Irish Sailing Foundation engaged 2into3 to recruit an Executive Director capable of building philanthropic fundraised income in support of the high performance mission and programmes of the Irish Sailing Association. 


  •   To learn more about our Recruitment Services please click here


The Camogie Association

The Camogie Association was founded in 1904 as an independent voluntary organisation. Camogie is the most popular female sport in Ireland and serves as an important part of Irish culture and identity. Camogie is also a member of the Gaelic Games family. The Camogie Association provides young women with the opportunity to play Camogie and other Gaelic sports, encouraging them to stay with sport through their teenage years and later into life. 

The Camogie Association engaged 2into3 to recruit a Commerical Manager.

  • To learn more about our Recruitment Services click here


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