Findings reveal 375 people were living in emergency accommodation in Galway over the 24-hours of the spring equinox (March 21/22).
News, stories and blog from or about our homeless services and on our work tackling homelessness in Galway.
COPE Galway saw 24 additional families entering homelessness across Galway City and County in the first 5 months of 2022.
I found it’s a great experience, I’ve learned a lot through doing it, and you can make a difference in someone’s day!
Over 200 children spend their Christmas in emergency accommodation provided by COPE Galway’s Homeless Service as Business Leaders prepare for Sleep Out this Friday December 3.
Close to 50 business leaders have signed up to take part in COPE Galway’s Business Leaders’ Sleep Out, now in its 10th year. Each participant is running their own fundraising campaign and seeks your support to raise funds for COPE Galway’s homeless services.
Galway Business Leaders urged to Sleep Out on Galway’s Shop Street – so others don’t have to.
Life is good for Gavin, a young professional with ambitions of becoming an entrepreneur, a positive outlook and determination to succeed.
The Homework and Learning Club gives children living in emergency accommodation and B&Bs a place to study and spend time after school.
Trish looks forward to a new phase of her life, in her new home that she loves, after some traumatic years which saw her become homeless.