Warm Clothing Appeal for People Experiencing Homelessness this Winter

9 Dec, 2021

The Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy Service campaign to gather warm clothing for people experiencing homelessness will end on Wednesday, 15 December. Here's why you should consider supporting the initiative.

Storm Barra has shown us how quickly our weather can change, creating untold pressure on those who look after the homeless people of our city, which, in turn, underlines the importance of our campaign to provide warm hats, scarves, gloves, socks, and underwear for homeless people to protect the extremities of their bodies when the weather turns cold. 

You can still donate these items in the baskets provided around the various buildings through TU Dublin. Many thanks to all who have responded to date. Your generosity will make a difference in people's lives. Please contact your local Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy team member if you need further information.

Where to leave your donations

Aungier Street: In the foyer of the main entrance

Blanchardstown: In the entrance area of each building around the campus

Bolton Street:  By the bottom of the stairs that lead up to the coffee dock

Tallaght:  In the main foyer

Grangegorman: Adjacent to the main reception desks (porters' desk) in the East Quad, Central Quad and Rathdown House