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“Thank you for your trust in Cork Simon Community. At all times we strive to be accountable to you and to all the people who support us, to the people who work and volunteer with us and to the people that we support. We work hard to provide the best possible value for money in delivering highly specialised services for people who are homeless, keeping all of our funders informed of how we spend every Euro.”

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Our Annual eReport 2015

Our Annual eReport for 2015 was published at the beginning of July and highlights the extent of the deepening housing and homeless crisis in Cork.  We supported 1,300 people throughout 2015, accommodated more people per night than ever before at our emergency shelter, and saw yet another increase to the number of people sleeping rough.  We need to increase the supply of housing as quickly as possible.


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July 13th, 4:21 pm

They did it!! Our Training and Employment participants made the deadline for their FETAC folder submissions with 28 people submitting 87 folders of work. Wish them luck as they eagerly await their results :) ... See MoreSee Less

They did it!! Our Training and Employment participants made the deadline for their FETAC folder submissions with 28 people submitting 87 folders of work. Wish them luck as they eagerly await their results :)

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Michelle CatháinWell done🎓

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Carole TreacyWell done and the very best of luck to you all.

2 weeks ago   ·  1
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Joan O CarrollWowzer ..stunning 😘😘😘😍😍😍xxx

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Veronica O DriscollWell done and good luck to you all. Such hard work!

2 weeks ago   ·  1
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Esther RubySo so delighted for all that took part 🙏🙏

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Jennifer HackettWell done and good luck everyone 😊🍀

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Trish CorkeryBest of luck to all, hard work and determination pays off in the end.......

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Carol RobinsonThat is fantastic well done 👏

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Liz O'SullivanGoodluck to everyone

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Jackie O ConnorBest of luck

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Sorcha Uí LaoghaireGood luck to you all

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Mary O KeeffeWell done .

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Gina Juicy-apricot CampionWell done guys :-)

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Sarah DonovanFantastic! Well done all!

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Una O'SheaBest of luck to them all. I bet they were relieved to hand them in!]

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May O SullivanWell done everyone be very proud

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Eleanor O BrienWell done to all and best of luck .

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Damian BoylanFair play folks and well done. The best of luck with the results

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Kitty EvansThe best of luck to you all

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Clare Mc CarthyWell done all the best

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Margaret Duncliffe St GeorgeLooks ,Ike it took a lot of work. Good luck.

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Norah O'RiordanWonderful achievement well done

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July 7th, 5:16 pm

Lovely weather for the annual BBQ at the Shelter today! ... See MoreSee Less

Lovely weather for the annual BBQ at the Shelter today!

July 4th, 4:39 pm

Cork Simon Community added 7 new photos to the album The launch of our Annual eReport for 2015.

Picture this - this time next year St Joachim and Anne’s will be home to 8 people who were homeless. Today it was the location for our Annual eReport launch where artist and Cork Simon resident, John Nagle kindly presented Minister Simon Coveney with one of his paintings.

Our Annual e-Report highlights the deepening housing and homelessness crisis in Cork. It also reveals our plans to convert St Joachim and Anne’s into 8 independent flats. It’s only thanks to a big community effort that we’ve been able to make a real difference, despite severe challenges and we thank you all so much for your support and generosity in making this happen.

View the report here: www.corksimon.ie/annual-report-2015/
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Picture this - this time next year St Joachim and Anne’s will be home to 8 people who were homeless. Today it was the location for our Annual eReport launch where artist and Cork Simon resident, John Nagle kindly presented Minister Simon Coveney with one of his paintings.Our Annual e-Report highlights the deepening housing and homelessness crisis in Cork. It also reveals our plans to convert St Joachim and Anne’s into 8 independent flats. It’s only thanks to a big community effort that we’ve been able to make a real difference, despite severe challenges and we thank you all so much for your support and generosity in making this happen.View the report here: http://www.corksimon.ie/annual-report-2015/

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Lee KhWell done. Cork Simon and Minster Mr Coveney. Could not be any happier. I believe that you have been working hard and doing awesome jobs.

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Cork Simon CommunityThanks so much Lee Kh

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June 29th, 1:27 pm

2 tickets to TONIGHT'S DON HENLEY Live at the Marquee Concert have just been generously donated to us by 96FM and we in turn are offering them to the HIGHEST BIDDER here on FB!!

Place your bid by 3pm today to be in with a chance of enjoying an impromptu night at the Marquee while supporting Cork Simon. To buy Don Henley tickets online now would cost €164.20!

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2 tickets to TONIGHTS DON HENLEY Live at the Marquee Concert have just been generously donated to us by 96FM and we in turn are offering them to the HIGHEST BIDDER here on FB!!
Place your bid by 3pm today to be in with a chance of enjoying an impromptu night at the Marquee while supporting Cork Simon. To buy Don Henley tickets online now would cost €164.20!Place Your Bid Now!
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June 14th, 3:43 pm

Chicken Curry à la Tuesday's Culinary Operations Class! Participants have so far completed 24 out of 29 classes in this FETAC Level 3 Course. Well done to you all for your dedication... you're on the homeward stretch now and that qualification is nearly yours! Keep up the good work! ... See MoreSee Less

Chicken Curry à la Tuesdays Culinary Operations Class! Participants have so far completed 24 out of 29 classes in this FETAC Level 3 Course. Well done to you all for your dedication... youre on the homeward stretch now and that qualification is nearly yours! Keep up the good work!

Irene Skilling, Rosie Murphy and 93 others like this

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Lee KhWell done. Very proud of Cork Simon.

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Pauline BarryWell done lads xx

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Esther HanleyGood job boys 👍🏻

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Rose O ConnorWell done

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Arthur TyminskiTak trzymaj Szymon

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