In 2013 a total of 392 individual women experiencing domestic violence accessed the services of COPE Galway Waterside House and over 1,200 crisis calls were responded to – this reflected a 39% increase in drop-in visits to the service where women called to the door with no prior appointment seeking support and information regarding their situation.
COPE Galway – 2013 Year in Review
COPE Galway, the local charity providing services in homelessness, domestic violence and older people has released a review of its services for 2013 to date. The figures show the number of people in Galway accessing their services, which indicates an increase in demand for their services overall.
COPE Galway have announced the opening of their new charity shop on St Augustine St., Galway. The shop will provide vital funds for COPE Galway and all proceeds from the shop will help deliver front-line services to vulnerable and isolated people in Galway city and county.
On the Dyke Road at 12 o’clock on Tuesday 15th October, 2013 as part of Social Inclusion Week for Galway City. The official launch will be supported by residents, volunteers and staff; finishing with a work shop on ‘Gardening: during the winter months’, facilitated by one of our volunteers.