A heartfelt thank you from all at COPE Galway to the Galway Community for their support throughout 2023, that allowed for 3,000 people to be supported across COPE Galway services.
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Launching the COPE Galway 2022 Annual Report, CEO calls for Government to step up and address unsustainable deficit in statutory funding to deliver basic human rights.
Residents of COPE Galway’s short-term accommodation hostel for men have teamed up with local artist, Tracey Moca, to transform Fairgreen Road. The mural, entitled “City of Tribes”, celebrates all things Galway and has added colour to the previously dark and gloomy wall facing Fairgreen Road. Tracey designed the mural after a consultation with the current
Kiara and Gayathri, modelling at the Ardilaun Hotel recently, are ready for Galway’s Race Week Summer Festival, wearing glamourous styles from the COPE Galway Charity Shop. Located on St. Augustine Street, the shop is fully stocked with headpieces, dresses, shoes and jewellery to ensure you win the style stakes at this year’s Galway Races. The
“Working collaboratively with An Garda Síochána plays a vital role in supporting women and children who experience domestic abuse.”
Findings reveal 375 people were living in emergency accommodation in Galway over the 24-hours of the spring equinox (March 21/22).
On Sunday, February 19 from 1pm – 5pm the shop on St Augustine Street will be transformed into a “Green Bride Wedding Dress Showroom” for the eco-conscious bride-to-be.
2022 Business Leaders’ Sleep Out has so far raised over €200,600 for their Homeless Service, with further donations anticipated.
Our CEO, Michael Smyth, reflects on how a close relationship with the Galway community ensures the local organisation is never working alone.
“Since 2011, I’ve been taking part in the COPE Galway Christmas swim with the crew I rowed with as a Junior in Galway Rowing Club.”