Campaign extended! Our deadline has passed but you can still help.
Stop Anthony from being separated from his family.
£1,324 raised
52 contributors
5 Years running

Donate to support Anthony 

To the thousands of people who have already given Anthony Kletzander support-

Thank You.

We now need your financial support to challenge the inexplicable legal action taken against Anthony's parents, Linda and Siegfried Kletzander, by The Health Service Executive(HSE) of Ireland.

Anthony is a young man with autism, 26 years old. He does not use speech, he communicates very clearly using a keyboard.

see video above of Anthony meeting with his friend Thiandi who came to visit Anthony from Amsterdam. It was after this visit that Anthony's parents were told he could have no friends on Nua premises.)

Anthony has already experienced independent living in Dublin.

Now he has been institutionalised in Nua Healthcare by The HSE in Ireland.

As this donation request goes out Anthony is : -

-  denied his own communication. 

-  medicated without his consent. 

- forced into unpaid daily farm work        (which he hates) 

- denied his right to independent living.

There is an active campaign from people around the world in support of Anthony's struggle.

The Health Service Executive of Ireland have served legal papers on Anthony's parents, expecting the courts to order a third party to take control of Anthony's future, with a view to alienating Anthony further from his family and friends and to shroud his treatment into a deeper secrecy, away from critical scrutiny.

Anthony has already been denied visits from friends on institution premises. Such a prospect, that is hard to imagine for a non-disabled person, but ever more restrictions are a frightening probability for a disabled person if HSE succeed in their legal actions against Anthony's parents.

This is a dreadful injustice against Anthony and a threat to every disabled person in Ireland who do not have access to finance, to hold the, abuse of power, of Statutory Services to account.

There is a very real fear that Anthony could be hidden from plain sight on a permanent basis.

The action taken by Anthony's family to stop the HSE legal action has already cost the family Euro 2,500, which poses a significant problem for the Kletzander family. If the case goes to the Irish high court , the costs will be considerably higher.

We are asking people to make a contribution to Free Anthony and his family from this injustice : every pound, every euro, every dollar, every cent we receive will be used to continue the legal challenge of the denial of Anthony's human rights, to live independently, free from institutional interference, free from forced medication and free from forced labour.

The HSE are using money from the Irish public purse, to mount their legal action against Anthony's parents. HSE use the same public purse to institutionalise Anthony in Nua Healthcare, which we believe to be in the region of €300,000 - €400,000 each year. HSE could use this money to support Anthony to live independently, but they refuse to do so and they refuse to explain their inexplicable actions.



Please support Anthony and his family with your donation:

Every donation received will be used to challenge this outrageous injustice.

Please pass this information on to your family friends and organisations, who will recognise this outrage against Anthony and his parents, desperate to support Anthony's  rights, as a threat to all disabled people wanting to live independently. 

Thank You for your donation.

if you prefer to send a cheque made payable to:

joe Whittaker (Anthony Kletzander)

This fund is establishes by joe Whittaker because all organisations supporting this campaign have received official legal threats to remove their postings.

All monies collected are fully and transparently accounted for via the Pay Pal accounting system and are being overseen by a third party.

Postal address:

75 Shelley Road





From Joe Whittaker

twitter - @whittakerjoe1

Friend of Anthony Kletzander

Activity highlights See all54
Subscribe to receive updates by email.

People just like you

People just like you have raised $168,000,000+ for causes they and their friends care about.

Start your own campaign
Recent contributions