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About Drinkaware

  • Does Drinkaware supply health promotion resources?

    Yes - we distributed over 60,000 in 2018! We produce an extensive range of evidence-based resources to support health promotion, alcohol education and any individual who would like to understand their drinking habits. Place an order now

  • Can Drinkaware facilitate an alcohol information workshop?

    We offer two one-hour interactive workshops nationwide.


    For more information, please email the team or call 01 443 1151.

  • We would like to partner with Drinkaware, is this possible?

    We are always happy to hear from like-minded organisations who share our vision of an Ireland where alcohol is not misused. Please get in touch to explore how we could work together in the future.

  • How do I access the Drinkaware logo?

    Our logo is a registered trademark. Any organisation that would like to use the Drinkaware logo must obtain prior consent from us by entering into a Trademark Licence Agreement and pay the relevant cost, which will vary depending on usage.

    Find out more here. Alternatively, email us to register for a licence.

  • What is Drinkaware?

    Drinkaware is the national charity working to prevent and reduce alcohol misuse in Ireland. Achieving this requires independence, ambition, trust, credibility and collaboration. Drinkaware is governed by an independent board of voluntary directors, who passionately support our mission, vision and goals.

    Read more about what we do

  • How is Drinkaware funded?

    Our work is made possible due to voluntary contributions from the alcohol and grocery retail industries, in addition to funding secured through our programmes. We have clear codes to ensure that our funding source does not compromise our operational independence.

    Our current funders are:

    • Aldi
    • Clonakilty Distillery
    • Coca-Cola Hellenic
    • Counterpoint
    • Deliveroo
    • Diageo
    • Dublin Beer Factory
    • Edward Dillon
    • Galway Craft Beers
    • Grace O’Malley Whiskey
    • Heineken
    • Hi-Spirits
    • Irish Distillers Pernod-Ricard
    • Lambay Irish Whiskey
    • Lidl
    • MacIvor's Cider Co.
    • Marks and Spencer (Ireland)
    • Molson Coors
    • Pearse Lyons Distillery
    • Proximo Spirits
    • Quintessential Brands
    • Richmond Marketing
    • Teeling Whiskey Co.
    • Wilde Irish Gin
    • William Grant

    Read more about our funding and our governance.

  • Can we join Drinkaware as a funder?

    Absolutely. We are working hard to expand our funder base and are always open to hearing from  organisations who are committed to reducing alcohol misuse in Ireland. Please contact us for more details.


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