A Place to Call Home – Dublin & Glendalough appeal raises over €200,000 for housing programme

Dublin and Glendalough’s ‘A Place to Call Home’ appeal has drawn to a close with a Service of Thanksgiving in Christ Church Cathedral. Over the last three years, parishes and schools in the United Dioceses have donated €215,158.94 to the appeal which supports the work of the Irish Refugee Council’s (IRC) housing programme.
Archbishop Michael Jackson, Canon Horace McKinley and the Revd Abigail Sines with people who participated in the service and IRC staff.

Funds from the appeal have allowed the IRC to accommodate people leaving direct provision as well as give advice and support to more than 1,000 people…

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