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24 Jan 2022

Over €7,000 raised for the homeless men, women and children in Dublin

Father John Joe Duffy thanks all those who helped the appeal in any way

Over €7,000 raised for the homeless men, women and children in Dublin

Br Kevin Crowley

People in parishes across Donegal has carried out tireless work to send as much essential items as they could to those who are suffering unprecedented hardship as the homeless situation worsens in Dublin. 

People from the parish areas of Dunfanaghy and Creeslough, Kilcar, Killybegs, Leitir and Burtonport made huge efforts ahead of the festive season to help men, women and children who have no homes at this time of year. 

Father John Joe Duffy took to social media to thank the people who helped the appeal and who contributed in any way. On December 15, William Sheridan, left Donegal and headed for the capital carrying items from the collections in Dunfanaghy, Creeslough and Burtonport collections.

To date, over €7,000 has been raised by the generous-spirited people of the county. 

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