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Since January 2010, the half acre site at the back of the Simon Community House here in Dundalk, has been slowly transformed from an overgrown patch of rubble to a large and productive vegetable garden. This community food initiative, The Food Garden Project, is one of seven recipients of funding from Safefood, a North-South agency.It […]
Dundalk Simon Community offers a range of options to people who are experiencing homelessness. The Gatehouse Project provides accommodation for up to seven rough sleepers nightly. It is open from 9pm to 9am and provides a bed, warmth, a meal and general support. The Community House offers emergency accommodation and support for up to 25 […]
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The Policy Maxol Group are supporting Dundalk SImon Community, and other Simon Communites around Ireland through their “Heading Home” campaign. Keep an eye out for the Simon branded collection boxes in your local service station. Denny continue to support Dundalk Simon Community & the Simon Communities around the country. Denny support the tenancy sustainment […]
As the homelessness crisis continues, one in four say that they are worried about the risk of becoming homeless because of difficulties in fulfilling payments or mortgages while over 20% of people say that they fear losing their own home. The startling figures were reported today by the Simon Communities in Ireland as they launched […]
It is widely acknowledged – that structural issues such as poverty and social exclusion lie at the root of homelessness therefore it is only by addressing both the structures causes and the consequence that homeless can be tackled effectively. Homeless policy in Ireland is working towards a ‘Housing led’ approach which aims to provide housing, […]