Chronic Pain Ireland urgently needs funds to help us in our efforts to provide support services and advocate on behalf of those who are often stigmatized and whose condition is not understood.


CPI gratefully acknowledges SSNO funding and the ongoing support of Pobal and the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government  under the Programme and Scheme to Support National Organisations (SSNO) 2016-2019.  

CPI’s Governing Body are made up of unpaid volunteers many of whom have chronic pain. Nominations to the Governing Body are invited each year in advance of the AGM. To see our full team goto

CPI employs one part time office administrator who manages the day to day workings of the organisation.  The above grant only covers the cost of a part time administrator and partially covers office rent.    CPI also receives a small amount of revenue from our membership fees and members fundraising efforts help to bridge the gap.  All monies raised go directly towards the provision of support services and running of our health management / self management programmes. 

CPI is signed up to which is a guarantee that we adhere to the principles of good corporate governance. CPI is also registered with the Charity Regulatory Authority and is fully compliant. IN 2017 we were joint runner up in our catergory of the Carmichael Centre Good Governance Awards.

Our most recent Accounts can be viewed here 2016 Accounts 

Our most recent Annual Report can be viewed here  2017 Annual Activity Report

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