Bridge’s of Hope, the non profitable organization who run a homeless stall every Saturday Evening on North Earl Street, Here in Dublin City would like to say a big thank you to the following people, community base groups, and or business who have donated, sponsored food and or clothing items.
Madigans Bar and Restaurant, North Earl Street, Dublin 1.
Prosper Fingal, Swords.
The Treasure Chest, Gratton Crescent, Inichorce Dublin 8.
Mr Price, Kylemore Road, Ballyfermot Dublin 10.
Johanna, Becky and all the gang in St Minichins Community Center, Off Church Street, Dublin 7.
Musgraves Marketplace, Robin Hood Industrial Estate, Dublin.
Prodieco Pharmaceutical Components, Tallaght Dublin 24.
Tiglin Challenge, Tallaght Dublin 24.
Off Beats Doughnuts, Ilac Shopping Center, Dublin.
Ian and all the gang in Dorset Point, Dorset Street Dublin.
Antoin and all his friends in Derry, Ireland.
Homeless Period Ireland.
Breathnachs Bargains, formally known as the Red Shop, and Dominics up there in Jobstown, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Tony and Paula Geraghty, from Evolve Eatery, Clondalkin,Dublin 22.
Rose Snedker, and her work colleagues.
Community Active Age Network, The Iveagh Grounds, Crumlin Dublin 12.
March For Justice Dublin.
The Hot Doughnut company, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.
Community Assistance Network Group.
Guinneys, Talbot Street.
Sports Direct, North Earl Street.
Marks & Spencer.
Starbucks, North Earl Street.
Johner O’Brien, Dublin.
Cait Trainor, Armagh, Ireland.
Mary Therese Murphy, Clontarf, Dublin.
Liberty’s Soup Run, Meath Street, Dublin 8.
Feed Our Homeless, Portlaoise, Ireland.
Take Time, Drumcondra.
Butter Cream Dream, Dublin.
Rosemary and John from Castletymon fruit and vegetable shop, Tallaght Dublin 24.
Cherry Tree Pub, Walkinstown, Dublin 12.
Bridge’s of Hope, would also like to say a big thank you to all of our volunteers and they are:
Ann Marie Martin.
Aoife Nic Eochagain.
Pat Mc Connell.
Sinead Doyle Mc Connell.
Tara Ni Chartaigh.
Bridge’s of Hope, is a voluntary homeless outreach stall which sets up a food and clothing stall every Saturday Evening on North Earl Street, Here in Dublin City from 7:30 to around 9:30pm. The idea behind this outreach stall is to help homeless victims caught up in the current homeless crisis that is sweeping across Ireland today. We hand out hot homemade tasty dishes, Tea, Coffee, Soups, Sandwiches, Fingered Foods, Take Away Meals, Snacks, etc We also hand out clothing items, sleeping bags, tents, toiletries, etc
In order for Bridge’s of Hope, to continue providing this vital service we depend highly on donations which are donated to us by members of the public. Bridge’s of Hope, Is not a registered charity and can not accept cash donations however we can accept shop vouchers example, Tesco Vouchers, etc these vouchers can be used to buy shopping items in which our volunteers can use to cook homemade dishes. We can also accept Fuel Vouchers, these vouchers can be used to buy petrol, diesel, and will be given to the volunteers who are out driving their own cars picking up donations. We also accept hot or cold food donations, surplus shop stock, End of day bakery products, etc We also accept good quality items of clothing, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, tents, Socks, Under Garments, Hats, Gloves,Shoes, Boots, Rain Protection Suits, etc (They don’t have to be new)
If you, or your company, and or community base groups including student complexes, schools, homework classes, etc Would like to donate any of the following items listed above get in touch with us you can contact us through our face book page via message here is a link to our page thank you. (https://www.facebook.com/bridgesofhopehomelessoutreach/ )
If you or you know someone who needs assistance around their homeless issues please call in and see us on our weekly outreach stall on North Earl Street, Dublin. We are directly facing Madigans Bar & Restaurant. Together We Can Make A Difference Thank You.
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