Wrapping up Soup for Simon at The Skeff To Aid Homeless in Galway

In association with The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen

Amy Lavelle, Fundraising Manager, Galway Simon Community accepting a cheque for €600 from Jonathan Callaghan, Bar Supervisor, The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen from the Soup for Simon campaign which took place in October.

Amy Lavelle, Fundraising Manager, Galway Simon Community accepting a cheque for €600 from Jonathan Callaghan, Bar Supervisor, The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen from the Soup for Simon campaign which took place in October.

The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen presented a cheque for €600 to Galway Simon Community after wrapping up their Soup for Simon campaign. During October the proceeds from soup sales for one week at The Skeff were donated to the local charity.

General Manager, Brian O’Toole said “the campaign offered an opportunity for staff and customers to, in some small way, help fight the growing problem of homelessness in Galway.”

Amy Lavelle, Community Partnerships Fundraiser of Galway Simon Community said "a host of local businesses in Galway and Mayo supported the campaign in October which raised much-needed funds to support people of all ages who are experiencing homelessness.

“As we know the face of homelessness has changed in Ireland and we are seeing more and more families coming to us for help. We greatly appreciate the support of The Skeff staff and customers.”

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