The Standards Commission set up and manages a Register of Third Parties. You, as a third party, stay on the list until you apply to be taken off it.

What is a third party?

Third parties are individuals or organisations that accept donations of more than €100 for political purposes.

There are rules about accepting and disclosing political donations and there are limits on donations. These rules apply whether you are registered as a third party or not.

If you accept a donation, you must register with the Commission as a third party, open a bank account for political donations, and provide annual reports to the Commission.

How long does the register remain in effect?

You stay on the register until you apply to de-register.

Registered

List of Organisations Registered       Date Registered

 

Abortion Never

06/02/2018

Abortion Rights Campaign

26/03/2018

ADFAM

30/03/2015

Alliance for Freedom and Democracy

30/03/2015

Anti-Corruption Ireland

14/03/2019

Atheist Ireland

04/03/2015

Benedict Ó Floinn

04/09/2018

The Charter Group   

27/04/2015

Cherish All The Children Equally

07/02/2017

Choice Ireland                  

27/03/2015

Christian Solidarity Party              

31/03/2015

Coalition to Repeal The Eight

06/12/2017

Donegal Pro Life

21/05/2018

FACE

01/09/2015

Family & Life

09/12/2016

Immigration Control Platform    

20/03/2015

Independent Alliance   

22/01/2016

Iona Institute    

23/04/2015

Irish Council for Civil Liberties        

26/03/2018

Janet O'Sullivan

03/04/2018

The Life Institute

12/04/2018

National Campaign for the Arts

30/03/2015

National Women's Council of Ireland

30/01/2018

Peace and Neutrality Alliance

01/04/2015

People's Movement

08/04/2015

Pro life Campaign

01/04/2015

Right2Water

20/05/2015

ROSA

26/03/2018

Save Navan Hospital

10/06/2015

Save the 8th

26/01/2018

Seanad Reform Group/Democ Matter

01/04/2015

The Socialist Party

25/01/2018

Socialist Workers Network

02/04/2015

TFMR Ireland

17/10/2017

Together For Yes

28/03/2018

Women's Health in Ireland

23/04/2018