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Irish Architects’ Benevolent Society
The Irish Architects' Benevolent Society (IABS) is a registered charity formed in 1959 to provide assistance to those working in the architectural profession and their families who are suffering hardship and financial distress as a result of crisis, illness or death.
If you would like to apply for assistance from the IABS, please complete the form below.
For further information please contact the IABS at firstname.lastname@example.org.