Jordan Campbell, a representative of the DRCC, told Independent.ie that more than 16,000 donations had been made since Wednesday afternoon.
Ms. Campbell said that after the court ruling, the center received an influx of activities on Twitter, followed by a massive increase in donations
News related to topics such as the Belfast rape trial may be used for those "triggers" who have experienced sexual assault or know someone close to them, Campbell said.
"We are aware of it It was very annoying that people were upset about what had happened and just wanted to talk, so we focused on promoting our helpline and our services", said the representative of the DRCC.
Ms. Campbell said Immense support is "truly unprecedented" and was a great way to promote the center's services.
"Many people just do not know where to go after something has happened, or many people are not sure how their reaction is normal or where they can find help, our helpline said," It is not a policy, it is confidential, it listens, and we can tell people what their options are, "said Campbell.
If you are affected by this article, you can call the National Emergency Call Center of the Dublin Rape Crisis Center at 1