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The transformation of the former Magdalene Laundry at Forster Street is to commence inside the next four weeks, and be transformed into a comfortable refuge set to open for use by COPE Galway before Christmas 2019.
The annual COPE Galway Business Leader’s Sleepout has raised over €155,000 for COPE Galway’s Homeless Services. Twenty-eight Galway business leaders came together to raise these funds by sleeping out on Shop Street for 12 hours on December 1.
A one-day census conducted by COPE Galway across its services has revealed that the local charity accommodated and supported 187 households who were homeless or at risk of homelessness on one night in Galway last week.
COPE Galway’s annual table quiz takes place on Tuesday 24th October 24 at 8.00pm in the Connacht Hotel, Dublin Road, Galway. The local charity’s Volunteer Forum Committee, who are organising the event, invite all to join them on what promises to be a great evening of fun and games.
COPE Galway have confirmed that that their business Sleep Out held in the city last December has raised over €140,000.
University students will buy clothes that they will never wear, fill their presses with food that they will never eat, and collect random objects that they will never use. As the academic year comes to a close, each student is then faced with the unenvious task of packing his/her life’s worth into a suitcase and returning home.
COPE Galway is teaming up with Briarhill pharmacy tomorrow April 1, to promote its award-winning Meals on Wheels service.
Times are tough for many living in our community. But the community really does care, and that care often turns to support for the work of COPE Galway, which is a local organisation working with a range of people such as those affected by homelessness, women and children experiencing domestic violence, and older people living independently in their own homes.
The annual COPE Galway Christmas Day Swim will this year be 25 years in existence and the local charity is calling on all Galwegians to once again don the togs and make a splash in order to raise much needed funds. It is aiming to raise €50,000 from the swim to help vulnerable and isolated people in Galway.
COPE Charity Shop on Augustine Street will come to life on April 9 with a unique fashion show with the theme "All Walks Of Life." Cope staff and volunteers will model and put on view a range of clothing and accessories from the shop.