ROI Irish Electrical Benevolent Association

Founded in 2001, the IEBA has been active in helping many members of the Irish electrical industry, and their families, who have experienced difficulties with, for example, bereavement, depression, terminal illness, accidental death, special treatments or retraining.

Last updated on 16 July 2019

Who is eligible?

To qualify for IEBA's assistance, an individual needs to:

  • Have previous experience of working within the electrical sector, or
  • Be a person(s) who is or have been engaged in the trade and shall include widows, widowers, and immediate dependents of such person's,
  • Have a need for financial assistance.

The charity helps both full-time and part-time workers and partners are also eligible. Both partners can be beneficiaries if they satisfy the criteria. The benefit can transfer to spouses and long term partners on the death of the beneficiary.

The charity also supports a wide variety of people who used to work in our industry, from warehousemen to checkout operators to delivery drivers and each case is assessed on its individual merits.

How to apply?

Fill in the online form which is available on the Irish Electrical Benevolent Association's website

Contact details

Unit 6 The Mill
The Maltings
Co Wicklow
A98 XV40

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