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People of Galway raise over €70,000 at Sleep Out for Simon to help continue preventing homelessness in Galway

On Friday October 4th, 162 people rose to the challenge of sleeping out for 12 hours in a bid to raise essential funds and awareness for those facing homelessness in Galway. The Galway Simon Sleep Out took place across five City & County locations, and saw people of all ages and backgrounds taking part. Galway Simon [...]

4th Sleep Out, 40 Years, 400 Donations…

'I share many things with Galway Simon. A deep love for my community. A belief that everyone should be able to live his or her life with dignity. A passion for change.…. I also share my birthday.’  It is no secret that successful entrepreneur Gill Carroll is an inspiring advocate for those facing homelessness [...]

Sleep Out for Simon launches another new location in Moycullen

Photographed at the official launch in Moycullen left to right are Karl Lippett, Moycullen Team Leader, Amy Lavelle, Galway Simon, Susan Mc Donagh, Active Retirement Moycullen, Walter Mc Donagh, Active Retirement Moycullen, Alice Beynon, SuperValu Moycullen, Hannah O’Leary, McCanns Centra, and Anthony Clavin, Wild Way Crossfit Galway Simon Community have announced another brand [...]

Salthill Launched as New Location for Sleep out for Simon 2019

Sleep Out for Simon 2019 Launch in the Salthill Village Galway Simon Community have announced a new location for their annual Sleep Out taking place on Friday 4th October. This year, The Village Salthill have come on board and are inviting the Salthill community to get together to help raise funds and awareness [...]

Simon Community Launches ‘Closing Doors on Homelessness’ Campaign

Pictured are Nadine Kiernan, Support Worker, Katie Donohoe, Simon Community, Sam McGuinness, Dublin Simon Community and Karen Golden of Galway Simon Community. The Simon Communities launched their Closing the Door on Homelessness campaign this week. The charity, which is marking 50 years since its foundation in Ireland in 1969, has launched the campaign to [...]

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