Help us unlock the future training centre for Girl Guides by sponsoring a block in the LEGO wall of our new National Training Centre.

Be part of the foundation to equip and enable the Irish female gamechangers of the future.

Sponsor your LEGO block and we will print your name or logo on your block – or blocks! You can choose a block and leave it blank or have your name, or your Unit’s name on the block. Perhaps you would like a block in memory of someone else or on behalf of your family. This is everyone’s chance to be part of the future of the Irish Girl Guides and their new home.’

Each piece of LEGO means €50 will be dedicated to the fit out and renovation of the new National Training Centre.

Donations

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LEGO Donation

€2,650 of €363,104 raised

Each LEGO block is €50. To sponsor a LEGO block and enable our girls and young women to have a National Training Centre, please select the number of blocks below which you would like to sponsor.

Please choose a colour and insert the name(s) or weblink (for a logo) on the block. The name and weblink can be left blank if you prefer to be anonymous.
Personal Info

Donation Total: €50.00


Donations of €250 or over in a year are eligible for tax relief. €250 is actually worth €362 to Irish Girl Guides – at no extra cost to you. We will email you the relevant form if this applies to you. 

THANK YOU

A PREVIEW OF THE NEW NATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

Why LEGO?

LEGO stands for IGG’s dedication to girls in STEM. And we have built up quite a history with this empowering tool. In 2018 we launched our STEM Badge for Ladybirds and, working with Dublin City University (DCU) and Science Foundation Ireland, designed a LEGO Robotics programme where Brownies created, built and programmed autonomous motorised LEGO models for water conservation. Guides also took part in a special DCU Girl Guides Lego Camp and a ‘Mission to Mars’ challenge and built robots that completed a series of tasks on a simulated moon surface. In 2019 and 2020 Irish Girl Guides took part in the First LEGO League competitions, thanks to our partnership with DCU’s LEGO Education Innovation Studio. Through innovative LEGO programmes IGG are putting #GirlsinSTEM firmly on the map. IGG believes that providing girls with the opportunity to develop their STEM skills in a girl–only setting strengthens their confidence to study STEM subjects in school and investigate careers in this area.

Why now?

We are now relocating to a new larger home in Tallaght, Dublin 24, a blank canvas warehouse that we have purchased, and now need to renovate and fit-out. This space will serve to amplify our reach and enhance our programmes – a hub that will extend our impact, and empower Irish girls and young women for generations to come.

Sponsor a block and become part of the IGG story…