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COPE Galway has announced that Michael Smyth has been appointed as its new Chief Executive Officer. The local charity provides services across Galway for people who experience homelessness, domestic abuse and for older people requiring nutritional and social supports.
As we begin a new year and as I prepare to step down from my role of 23 years as CEO of COPE Galway, my reflections on the last 12 months lead me in a number of directions.
Twenty-nine Galwegians will once again don their warmest coats and hats to sleep out on Shop Street for the homeless.
New figures revealing an almost five per cent rise in rents in Galway city in the last year calls into question how well the Government is enforcing rent pressure zones, according to assistant CEO of COPE Galway, Martin O'Connor.
Pale Blue Dot ® Recruitment has partnered with COPE Galway as their official charity for 2020. COPE Galway, are a local Galway Charity, whose vision is an “Improved Quality of Life in a Home of your Own” for people affected by homelessness, women and children experiencing domestic abuse, and older people.
Pale Blue Dot® Recruitment is an international award-winning recruitment agency providing professional placement and temporary staffing solutions to Ireland’s medtech industry. Incorporated in 2017, the company has recently expanded to a team of five and offer an unrivalled service to both client and candidate.
COPE Galway has issued an urgent appeal to the people of Galway to help the local organisation support the most vulnerable people in our community during the Corona Virus emergency. The local charity operates frontline services for families and individuals in Galway who are homeless; women who experience domestic abuse (and their children) and older people who now, more than ever, may experience social isolation while they protect themselves at home.
Galwayman John Concannon, currently VP of development at NUI Galway, has been chosen to head up the Government response to the Coronavirus crisis.
On Monday afternoon, I visited Modh Eile as a guest of COPE Galway. It is the perhaps one of the last times that the media will see inside it fully, because from next month it will become the temporary and private home of many families who experience domestic violence in Galway every year and who require a place to flee to, receive respite, to be cosseted. A place of great privacy and comfort.
Hundreds of swimmers and thousands of supporters thronged the steps of Blackrock in Salthill to support the 30th annual Christmas Day Swim in aid of COPE Galway’s services for people experiencing homelessness, domestic abuse; and for the provision services for older people in Galway.