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Although in operation since December, the Midlands’ only emergency accommodation service was officially opened in Athlone on Monday this week.
The Midlands Simon Community is delighted to announce it has been successful in its application to the Dormant Accounts Fund and has been awarded €91,200 toward a new, innovative project to support people to move out of homelessness.
A firm of local architects and engineers have decided to show their support for those experiencing homelessness by freely making available to the public their vast range of expertise and advice in an initiative called ‘Building a Better Community’.
Midlands Simon Community is delighted to announce a joint fundraising event in conjunction with the Simon Communities in Galway and the Mid West. The first ever Women’s Mini Marathon Galway takes place in Galway on Sunday June 28 and is a fantastic opportunity for women to show solidarity with those on the margins of our society, and to ‘Put Homelessness on the Run’.
Cope Galway is calling on the public to take part in its online Public’s Perceptions of Homelessness in Galway survey.
The issue of homelessness is being highlighted in Simon Communities right across the country in the second ever Simon Week. The ‘7 days of action against homelessness’ is running until October 11, with a wide variety of events underway across the country.
A local personal trainer is organising Galway’s largest ever aerobics class to raise money for the city’s homeless this Christmas.
Golden Island Shopping Centre has once again shown its support for the local community by joining forces with Midlands Simon Community to help raise some much-needed funds towards the fight against homelessness.
COPE Galway is holding a sleep out to raise both awareness and funds for its work with homeless men and women in the city.
Assessment procedures for housing applicants, anti-social behaviour, and a homelessness action plan were among the features of the Housing Act 2009 discussed by councillors at Monday’s meeting of Westmeath County Council.