How to Get to The Wheel Office

Our address:
The Wheel
48 Fleet Street
Dublin 2
Ph: (01) 454 8727
From Westmoreland St, walk down Fleet Street into Templebar. You will come to Sean McBride House (the Amnesty building) on the left.

Our address:
The Wheel
48 Fleet Street
Dublin 2
Ph: (01) 454 8727


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The Wheel is Ireland's primary source of information on community, voluntary and charitable activity.

The Wheel is Ireland's largest representative and support body for charities.


It is our wish that wheel.ie contains information that is timely, accurate and pertinent to the work and interests of those working for the Community & Voluntary Sector in Ireland.

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Annual Conference

The Wheel’s annual conference is a major highlight of the calendar in the community, voluntary, charitable sector in Ireland.
Positioned to bring the latest thinking ab

About Us

The Wheel is Ireland’s support and representative umbrella network for community, voluntary and charitable organisations.

Our vision is of an Ireland with a vibrant and dynamic community and voluntary sector...

Terms & Conditions

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Big Issues

One of The Wheel's strategic goals is to improve the legal, political and operational environment for the community and voluntary sector.  There is much to be done to provide a supportinve environment for voluntary organisations, but minimising the negative effects of the economic and social crisis  on the community and voluntary sector and on the people we serve is our top priority at the moment. 

The Wheel is working to address at the moment is the effect of the economic and social crisis on the community and voluntary sector. 

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