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More than €195,000 has been allocated to 12 Galway community and voluntary groups, including Croí and Our Lady’s Boys Club - to help them “overcome challenges” presented by Covid-19.
Galway City Comhairle na nÓg is a youth council for young people aged 12 to 17 years in education in or living in Galway city. In 2020 the committee worked on the topic of mental health, as voted on at the AGM in 2019.
Some €102,687 has been allocated for youth services in Galway and Roscommon, which will allow groups and organisations to purchase vital equipment, according to Fine Gael Senator Aisling Dolan.
While crime and 'law and order' have featured prominently in the election campaign, particularly following the murder and dismemberment of Keane Mulready-Woods, little attention has been paid to addressing the social causes of crime.
Involve Youth services, with a head office located in Monksland, Athlone, were part of a somewhat envoy-like visit to the European Parliament in recent times.
Youth Work strives to be a sector of complete inclusivity and more often than not, the vast majority of such organisations make every effort to do their utmost to create such environments. This ethos is of huge importance given the ever diversifying population of Ireland as we see the increase in the number of ethnic minorities that are calling Ireland their home.
The Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) will be hosting a fundraising Table Quiz in Flannery’s Hotel on Wednesday February 22 at 8pm. Organisers would really appreciate your support and all are welcome. No bookings are required, the entry fee for a table of 4 will be €40 and there will be spot prizes and a raffle on the night.