IUNVA's primary role is providing advice and counseling to members and their families who have been affected by their overseas service. IUNVA also support our soldiers, gardai and civilian personnel who serve in often dangerous and difficult circumstances. The Association is a registered charity which is financed by membership fees, voluntary contributions and fundraising, also organizes social, cultural and sporting events for its members.
IUNVA is the largest Association of peacekeepers in Ireland, with Posts in every Province.
There are ceremonies held throughout the country each year to commemorate the many soldiers of all ranks who paid the ultimate price. Others paid a price in the form of wounds and injuries, IUNVA was created in their honor.
If you are interested in knowing more information about IUNVA or support available, please contact us.
This website was created to bring information, hope and support to Irish UN Veterans and their families, It is also dedicated to the awareness of the plight of our veterans trying to get help, and to educate the public to the existence of the Irish United Nations Veterans Association (IUNVA).
IUNVA is open to both serving and ex members of the Defence Forces and Gardai who have served on a UN Mission in a foreign country. We are always looking for new members, you don't have to be from Enniscorthy to join Post 31.
Our main Headquarters is based at IUNVA House, Mount Temple Road, Dublin 7.
Tel: +353 (0)1 - 679 1262
To join and become a member of IUNVA costs €24 per annum.
We are here to help and assist in any way we can, all families of, IUNVA and ex-soldiers themselves, that served with the Irish Defence Forces. We have an appointed welfare officer who will help you with, and answer any queries you might have about entitlements, medical or social issues or questions regarding army matters. If you have any queries or need phone numbers, addresses, names etc, please contact us.