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VIE CLG is a non-profit Company Limited by Guarantee which has operated in Ireland for nearly 30 years.

The Company has as its main object the promotion of observance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the implementation of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, in particular the right to life, for the benefit and dignity of all human beings at every stage of life, within and outside the State. To that end, VIE operates a number of projects in Ireland including Pro Life Campaign, LoveBoth Project, Community Connect and Students For Life.

Our Mission

We promote pro-life education and defend human life at all stages, from conception to natural death. We also campaign for resources to support and assist pregnant women and those in need of healing after abortion

Our Vision

We continue to work towards the restoration of full legal protection for unborn babies in Ireland, increased supports for women and families facing unplanned pregnancies and education of the public on right to life issues.

Our Values

An ethos of integrity, fairness and respect within an environment of accountability and efficiency. A culture of boldness, creativity and constructive challenge whilst engaging in the highest standard of professionalism and leadership. A broad reach in Irish society within a non- denominational framework.

Our Board

Vie is governed by a voluntary Board whose directors are drawn from a cross section of professional services – all of whom share the Mission, Vision and Values of the Company

The current Board members of VIE are:

Mark Hamilton

Mary Barrett

Felim Donnelly

Tom Finnegan

Joe Mccarroll

Ann Gallagher

Cora Sherlock

Lorcan Price

Nuala Ui Laimhin


Management Team

Day to Day Management of VIE is under the auspices of the Chief Executive Officer who alongside a skilled team, oversees the projects that VIE supports.

Our Commitment to our supporters and donors

The Board of VIE is immensely grateful to all our supporters and volunteers who aid or directly participate in our work.

Guaranteeing good governance of the organisation and good stewardship of our donors’ contributions is something we take extremely seriously.

As a non-profit Company operating in Ireland, we are committed to the highest standards of systems and processes. We are dedicated to working towards our mission and achieving our objectives with integrity while managing the organisation and its resources in an effective, efficient, accountable and transparent way.

We are committed to upholding the highest standards of transparency and accountability in governance and we aim to operate in line with the Charities Governance Code which sets the standards that should be met by non-profit entities.

1) Commitment to our Values

All work that we undertake is carried out in compliance with our stated Mission, Vision and Values.

2) Wise Stewardship of Finances

We do not receive government funding.

We take seriously the need to be wise stewards of all resources entrusted to us by our donors.

3) Honesty in Fundraising

We are committed to be accurate and ethical in all claims we make on our fundraising material.

4) Transparency in our Accounts

We produce an annual independently audited statement of accounts which are lodged with the CRO.

5) Staff Accountability

Our staff team are accountable to our Board of Directors.

6) Compliance with the Governance Code

As a non-profit organisation we seek to operate in line with the Charities Governance Code.


Annual Accounts

You can download a copy of our latest Annual Accounts here.

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