Helping to save a person from a life of homelessness takes much more than a bed for the night. It takes compassion, commitment and a willingness to be there for them no matter what. Room Sponsorship is a very special way that you can be there for someone like Dan, for as long as it takes.
We’re facing a crisis in Cork. Last year our Outreach Team met 345 people sleeping rough. It’s appalling that men and women are being forced to sleep rough in this great city of ours. You can help do something about it right now. Will you help someone who’s homeless get off the streets of Cork today?
We would be truly honoured to be part of your Legacy. By leaving a gift in your Will, you can provide enduring support for the cause you believe in and help create a brighter future for the generations that follow you by providing housing, healthcare and support to people who are homeless in Cork.
Our 2017 Annual Fundraising Ball is Friday 31 March 2017 at Fota Island Resort Hotel.
Our 2016 Fundraising Ball was a sell-out with almost 300 guests from Cork’s business community attending. Thanks to everyone involved the Ball raised €95,000. Over the last 15 years the Cork Simon Ball has raised significant funds to help us continue to provide vital services to men and women who are homeless in Cork.
Our Annual Fundraising Ball is recognised as a fantastic social and networking event – a key date in the corporate calendar in Cork.
Do you have an idea for an event to raise money to support people in Cork who are homeless? We’re lucky to have hundreds of volunteers organising a variety of community fundraising events for all ages and all interests. Contact our Community Partnership Manager, Kerry MacMahon, by EMAIL or by PHONE: 021 4929 410 or 087 7375 198
Volunteers organise a variety of events throughout the year to suit all ages and all interests. Cookery demonstrations, table quizes, coffee mornings, charity cycles, and so much more – the only limit is imagination! Browse our upcoming events, choose one that interests you, invite your friends, have fun and support a great cause.
Volunteers founded Cork Simon Community 45 years ago and remain at the heart our community today. Part-time volunteers are active in every aspect of Cork Simon, from sitting on the Board of Directors to visiting people in their homes to supporting people to develop life skills such as cooking, literacy and numeracy.
Full-Time Volunteers come from Ireland and from a host of countries around the world to work alongside our trained staff at all of our services. Full-Time Volunteers typically spend nine to twelve months at Cork Simon and are an integral part of the team, bringing their skills, energy and diversity to our community.
We visit primary and secondary schools to work with pupils in understanding the causes of and solutions to homelessness. Everyone has a role to play in tackling homelessness. Our school visits help pupils to build social awareness and good citizenship, and offer plenty of ideas and opportunities on how they can be part of the solution.
Third level students in Cork have a long and proud tradition of supporting Cork Simon Community. The award winning UCC Simon Society organises fundraising and awareness raising events throughout the academic year. CIT Social Care Students participate in work placements over several months across all our frontline services.
This year’s Coffee Morning raised €27,000 for the fight against homelessness.
Our Cork Simon Coffee Morning will return next year when you can help fight homelessness with a cuppa.
Our Annual Fundraising Ball took place on Friday 31 March at Fota Island Resort Hotel.
The Ball was a sell-out event again this year and was attended by almost three hundred guests from Cork’s business community.
More and more people are joining the Great Cork Simon Supper this September.
We want you to gather your friends, grab some food and make a difference in the lives of people who are homeless.
You can join the Jumper Joy again this year by signing up ,your business, workplace or school below and help fight homelessness.
Last year you made Christmas Jumper Day our most successful ever by raising over €110,000 for the fight against homelessness.
Cork Simon’s Women’s Little Christmas Lunches are always a highlight of the Christmas calendar.
Our Women’s Little Christmas Lunches celebrate women and raise much needed funds to support our services.
Get in the festive spirit and help fight homelessness this Christmas by Singing for Simon in Cork.
Take to the streets, shopping centres or workplaces to sing your Christmas favourites and help fight homelessness.