COPE Galway Blog
The garden has been developed by the men past and presently living at Bridge House since 2011. Today the garden boasts an impressive variety of fruit and vegetables
Amy Donohoe, outreach coordinator at Modh Eile House, talks about the outreach service provided by COPE Galway to the women of Galway city and county.
David Byrne, from COPE Galway Day Centre, talking about extended rough sleeper outreach made possible by the recruitment of new volunteers.
As we progress into a post Covid society, we must begin looking at how best to address poverty for our most vulnerable. Universal basic income could be a solution.
14 March 2020 is a day I look back to as the most important date for efforts at a local level in Galway to safeguard people who were homeless and…
Local business, EZ Living Furniture, promoting the COPE Galway Christmas Swim on their LED Screen on Tuam Road to help get the word out.
You do not have to stay at home. You can leave. If you are ready and can safely do so, call us or call in, we are open 24/7.
COPE Galway food rescue volunteers collect surplus food for redistribution all year. Marking National Stop Food Waste Week, 12-19 June.
COPE Galway continues to advocate for adequate responses and solutions to youth homelessness in Galway city and county.
Our Domestic Abuse Service Manager, Dr Carol Baumann, writes about the strength and resilience of women who survive domestic abuse as we mark International Women’s Day this Friday, 8th March.
One in five women in Ireland will be abused by a partner at some point in their lives. You might know this woman – she may be in your family,…
Credible statistics prove that it is a myth that pregnant women will never be abused and this should be treated as a fallacy.