ADVERTISE IN THE COUNTRY'S MOST POPULAR
COMMUNITY & VOLUNTARY SECTOR MAGAZINE

Contact Derry (Sales&Development). T: 061-458090. M: 086-319-1673.

E: derry@changingireland.ie

Or call Allen (Editor). T: 061-458011. E: editor@changingireland.ie


SPECIAL RATES FOR 2016

If you are a not-for-profit organisation, substantial discounts apply. We believe in supporting community groups on the ground. Contact us directly.
NOTE: Higher rates normally apply for the back page.

 

COMMERCIAL RATES

Advert Size Price
1/4 Page €309.00
1/2 Page €599.00
Full Page €1,049.00
Online Enquire directly.
 

NOT-FOR-PROFIT RATES

Advert Size Price
1/4 Page €199.00
1/2 Page €399.00
Full Page €749.00
Online Enquire directly
 

ABOUT US

‘Changing Ireland’ is the most popular magazine produced by Ireland’s Community and Voluntary Sector and has over 15,000 loyal print readers (with thousands more online readers).
Established in 2001, our quarterly magazine has become the most popular magazine in Ireland’s Community and Voluntary Sector. It is posted for free to subscribers, guaranteeing a wide audience.
Our core readership's spend is over €600million and the wider Sector turnover is approx €5billion p.a.

PRINT-RUN AND CIRCULATION

Readership: We have 15,000 print readers (based on the industry norm of 2-3 readers per copy). Approx. 5,000 copies are distributed: by direct mail for free to thousands of subscribers and by direct sale through select Eason's outlets. Downloads per issue: 1500-2500.
Online: We received 57,000 interactions/visits to our website and associated web resources last year.

ARTWORK AND DESIGN

Ideally, all artwork should be provided in a ready-to-use format such as hi-res PDF, JPG or InDesign source files. Artwork can be produced by ‘Changing Ireland’ on request.

READERSHIP

Our readers include:– Members of the public (via EM News Distribution & hundreds of community centres), all political representatives in the ROI (all councillors, TDs, Senators, MEPs), senior management and on-the-ground staff in (a) local authorities (b) Local Development Companies (aka Partnership or LEADER companies) (c) Community Development Projects (d) Family Resource Centres, (e) community policing units (f) students of community development and related courses (eg youthwork, drugs work). Subscribers also include all university libraries, city and local enterprise offices, disability organisations, NGOs, UN agencies, trade unions, national umbrella bodies, state agencies including Pobal, employees working in various social inclusion programmes and members of the media.
The magazine is also directly distributed to key civil servants and agency staff and to hundreds of Community Development workers and volunteers who have subscribed independently over the years.
‘Changing Ireland’ focuses on volunteer-led, local and community development and produces easy-to-read, quality journalism with an emphasis on the positive, on best practice and on providing insight in an entertaining way.

ADVERT DIMENSIONS

  mm's inches
1/6 Page 70 X 148.5 2.75 X 8.87
1/4 Page 105 X 74.25 4.12 X 2.93
1/2 Page 211 X 148.5 8.25 X 5.87
Full Page 211 X 297 8.25 X 11.75

GREEN ‘CHANGING IRELAND’

We use professional design and layout and the inside pages of the magazine are printed, for ecological reasons, on recycled paper using vegetable inks. (Note to advertisers: Our wrap-around cover pages are published on glossy paper).