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Simon Communities of Ireland

Org #13452
Vetted since 2012
1980
year founded
$152,478
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Simon Communities in Ireland are a network of eight regionally based independent Simon Communities based in Cork, Dublin, Dundalk, Galway, the Midlands, the Mid West, the North West and the South East that share common values and ethos in tackling all forms of homelessness throughout Ireland, supported by a National Office. The Simon Communities have been providing services in Ireland for over 45 years. Whatever the issue, for as long as we are needed, Simon's door is always open. For more information please log on to www.simon.ie.

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
Brian Ingarfield
Brian Ingarfield
Team
Catri O'Kane, Brian Ingarfield
Organization Information
28-30 Exchequer Street
Dublin, Dublin 2
Ireland
353 1 6711606

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3758676821
Organization Information
28-30 Exchequer Street
Dublin, Dublin 2
Ireland
353 1 6711606

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3758676821

Project Reports

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Mar 4, 2020
Emergency Accommodation Figures Rise Above 10,000
The Simon Communities of Ireland have said the fact that an additional 540 people accessed emergency accommodation in January is disappointing, and shows that the next Programme for Government must...
Oct 23, 2019
Housing Crisis Eclipsed by Brexit in Budget 2020 -
Budget 2020 has seen the housing crisis eclipsed by a possible Brexit crisis, and that deepens the complexity of solving the biggest and most widespread issue facing modern Ireland. That’s...
Oct 23, 2019
Housing Crisis Eclipsed by Brexit in Budget 2020 -
Budget 2020 has seen the housing crisis eclipsed by a possible Brexit crisis, and that deepens the complexity of solving the biggest and most widespread issue facing modern Ireland. That’s...
 
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