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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny launched the development plan for COPE Galway’s new Domestic Violence Refuge on Monday. The occasion was marked with a symbolic tree planting ceremony as a symbol of new beginnings for those women and children experiencing domestic violence.
A local charity which operates services for homeless people provided emergency accommodation for 44 adults and 22 children on one night at the start of this month.
Muintir Mhaigh Eo Gaillimh, Mayo Association Galway, will hold its annual business networking event in Galway next week.
A city organisation which has been preparing and delivering meals to older people in the community for more than 30 years has scooped a prestigious quality award.
A growing number of people are at risk of homelessness due to rising rent levels and a shortage of affordable private rented accommodation in the city.
COPE Galway will receive €1.16 million towards a new domestic violence refuge for Galway city.
The Board of Management of COPE Galway wish to outline our on-going commitment to best practice governance standards across all our services and structures.
COPE Galway is calling on the people of Galway to volunteer this Christmas.
COPE Galway have announced the opening of their new charity shop on St Augustine St., Galway. The shop will provide vital funds for COPE Galway and all proceeds from the shop will help deliver front-line services to vulnerable and isolated people in Galway city and county.
Many people in Galway city are ending up homeless for much longer than they need to be, according to COPE Galway, which is calling on the Department of Social Protection to urgently address these shortcomings of the Rent Supplement system by increasing cap levels, simplifying the application process, and allowing social protection officers to have discretionary powers to respond to exceptional circumstances that may arise.