The Clayton Hotel will host a coffee morning in aid of COPE Galway tomorow November 2 from 9am to 11am at its newly refurbished coffee dock. All proceeds made from food, beverages, and raffle tickets sold throughout the morning will be donated to COPE Galway.
There will be a raffle on Friday morning, where there will be great prizes on offer including weekend breaks, and vouchers for dinner and lunch in the Clayton Hotel. The Clayton has recently renovated the coffee dock and transformed it into the perfect place for casual lunches with friends, formal client meetings, or a quiet coffee and scone. Orsi Maguire, meeting and events manager at the Clayton, said: “This is a charity that is very close to our hearts and we are delighted to be hosting the coffee morning for such a wonderful cause.
“COPE Galway do so much for the community and really work hard to help others, so we are just glad to be giving something back to them.”
Providing social services in Galway since the seventies, COPE provides support for the homeless, the elderly, and women and children affected by domestic violence. The day centre at Teach Corrib Day Centre, Seamus Quirke Road, Galway, provides a range of services for people and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Galway city. COPE, Waterside House, aims to support and empower women and their children who have been subjected to domestic violence. The refuge was established in 1981 and provides temporary safe accommodation for women and their children who experience emotional, physica,l or sexual abuse within an intimate relationship.
The COPE Senior Support services promote healthy ageing through community based support, by providing information and advice in relation to health, welfare, and housing issues, and the provision of health promoting activities. These services include community catering – a meals service, Sonas Day Centre in Mervue, and community development projects in the Renmore and Headford road areas of the city.