Brogan Group partner with Dublin Simon Community for the Simon House of Cards Appeal for a second year

Brogan Group Ireland have partnered with the Simon House of Cards Appeal this Christmas. It is the twenty-first year of this great initiative by Dublin Simon Community and the sixth year of the accompanying light projection show taking place at Powerscourt Townhouse Centre. It is also Brogan’s second year involved with the charity and the profoundly important work that they do to help people without homes in Ireland.

Last year, 7,684 people and families were supported across the charity’s services and 2,131 adults and children were supported in moving out of homelessness and into their own homes by Simon Community’s resettlement services.

Simon Communities all over Ireland are working hard to affect change and their hard work is appreciated and commended by Brogan Group.

As a specialist access service involved in the development of Dublin city and its’ surrounding areas, we feel a strong responsibility towards the welfare of its’ inhabitants. Through our work in the commercial construction industry, we are working to progress and bring Dublin into a new era of improved infrastructure, lifestyle, commerce and housing availability.

It was never a question of whether we would partner with Simon Community for a second year due to the amazing work that they have been doing throughout the country.

“Your support means so much to us here at the Simon Community, with the housing and homelessness crisis worsening, we rely on the support of companies like Brogan Group to ensure we raise the funds we need to expand and sustain our services” – Said Orla Ferrie, Corporate Partnerships Executive at Dublin Simon Community.

The Light Projection show will take place from 5th-7th December at Powerscourt Townhouse Centre on South William Street, Dublin.

For more information on the Simon House of Cards of Appeal and how to make a pledge visit their their website at

More information on homeless crisis in Ireland can be found at

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