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Twenty-nine Galwegians will once again don their warmest coats and hats to sleep out on Shop Street for the homeless.
Galway Simon Community has supported 1,045 individuals so far this year but there are so many others across the West of Ireland in need of their support.
Homelessness and housing charity Galway Simon Community has issued a fundraising appeal ahead of Christmas in a bid to safeguard their Homelessness Prevention and Housing Services.
This Christmas, Galway Simon Community is calling on people from across the West to take part in their brand new Sprint for Simon; 12 Days of Christmas Challenge. The charity has launched the new initiative ahead of the winter months, not only to raise vital funds for their frontline services, but also to help promote mental well-being during challenging times.
Up to two thirds of family households affected by homelessness are headed by women, the launch of the Galway Simon Community annual report was told this week.
Leaving a gift in your will to Galway Simon Community could prevent homelessness long into the future
By remembering Galway Simon in your will, you can make sure that we all can stand side-by-side with those at risk of, or experiencing homelessness in our community long into the future.
For nine years, COPE Galway has been rallying business leaders to join together in solidarity against homelessness through its biggest annual fundraising event – The COPE Galway Business Sleep Out.
"Flawed", "full of holes", and "fails to address the main excuses used for evicting tenants", is how one city councillor has described the Government's new Residential Tenancies Bill.
Galway Simon Community, the city's homeless charity, has launched its annual Sleep Out for Simon event, and in a sign of the times, it is going virtual.
Local homeless charity Galway Simon Community is calling on people to take part in their Dip & Donate event this weekend to support those facing homelessness during a time when the charity say their services are critically needed now more than ever .Galway Simon’s annual Dip at Dawn event could not go ahead as planned this year due to Covid-19 restrictions.