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The Grealish family, owners of landmark 800-year-old pub The King's Head in Galway's Latin Quarter, are celebrating 30 years in business this year. To mark the occasion, and to say a big ‘thank you’ to the local community that have supported them over the past three decades, Paul and Mary Grealish are hosting a coffee and cake morning from 10am tomorrow (Friday), with all proceeds going to the Galway Rape Crisis Centre.
One of the west of Ireland's best known charity activists estimates that he will have walked some 10,000 miles in 30 years, when he returns from his latest endeavour, a Bay to Bay Walk from Waterford to Galway, this week. Ronan Scully is asking everyone to join him for the final 5km of his mammoth walk to raise funds for some worthy charities.
The Galway Rape Crisis Centre is currently looking for support workers to help victims of sexual assaults.
To be honest, when are you going to get a chance again to run through the heart of the city, to see it from the middle of the road, to not have to be worrying about traffic, for just one evening? To run free, as a adult through the heart of the city.
Galway city was at its best this week when it celebrated the selfless in our society - the volunteers who engage with communities, groups, and individuals, not just giving time, but also themselves to help others.
OCC Construction based in Galway which undertakes commercial building contracts has donated over €90,000 to charity organisations within Ireland since its inception in 2010. As a team of 12 OCC employees each nominate a charity to share a pot of over €20,000 donated by OCC construction.
The Stunning, one of the finest bands to ever emerge from Galway, and whose songs, 'Brewing Up A Storm' and 'Half Past Two' are regarded as Irish rock classics, will be honoured at the upcoming Mayoral Ball.
For more than 30 years, the Galway Rape Crisis Centre has been offering vital support to victims of sexual violence and abuse. Founded in 1984, the centre is the second largest in the country, after Dublin, and facilitates nearly as many client appointments as its capital counterpart while operating on half the budget.
Three worthy charities will benefit from the latest fundraining efforts of that human dynamo Ronan Scully — Ronan Scully is walking from Dingle to Galway at the moment and will see him arrive in Galway on Sunday next.
Galway Rape Crisis Centre is looking for community support for some of its fundraising activities over the summer.