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Monday February 1 will see NUI Galway Students’ Union start its Kilometre Challenge which will raise funds for three Galway charities.
NUI Galway Students’ Union (SU) are looking to spread kindness as it begins its Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) challenge this week.
NUI Galway Students’ Union has today re-launched its fundraising socks campaign, featuring a tribute to the iconic “Galway Yellow” (AKA Big Yellow Thing) sculpture on campus.
NUI Galway Students’ Union (SU) today began its Kilometre Challenge which is the first of six charity challenges to raise funds for three Galway charities.
Galway Autism Partnership, Galway Rape Crisis Centre, and Helplink Mental Health are set to benefit from the NUI Galway Students’ Union today annual charity challenge, which runs from November to April.
Voluntary groups, charities, and social enterprises in Galway are to benefit from Government funding of close to €400,000 to alleviate financial difficulties and ensure they continue to provide services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Galway City Council has approved grants totalling €38,265 under the COVID-19 Emergency Fund (Phase 2) to support a range of local community and voluntary groups and organisations throughout Galway.
MAOIN CHEOIL na Gaillimhe will marks its 10th anniversary with a series of benefit concerts to raise awareness and funds for local community groups.
ACT for Meningitis, Galway Rape Crisis Centre, Rosabel's Rooms, Galway Autism Partnership and Claddagh Watch are the charities set to benefit from this year's Mayoral Ball.
Cllr Ollie Crowe, Fianna Fáil General Election Candidate, is calling for a better infrastructure, better finance and an increase on the disability allowance so that 642,131 Irish people can feel fully included and treated equally in our society.