GRCC’s vision is to lessen the impact and incidence of sexual violence and abuse and to achieve a society which no longer tolerates theses crimes.
Leading by Example
Iognáid Ó Muircheartaigh (Iggy) has been involved with Galway Rape Crisis Centre in a voluntary capacity for a number of years and is the current Chairperson on GRCC’s Board of Management.Read More
Come Dine With Me for GRCC
Come Dine With Me for GRCC in association with Collerans Butchers Galway Friday 8th July to Saturday 3rd September 2022. Galway Rape Crisis Centre (GRCC) with the support of Collerans Butchers are asking you to host a BBQ, Garden Party, Picnic, Family Fun Lunch, or Al Fresco Fine Dining Experience, Breakfast, Brunch, whatever takes your […]Read More
Collective Whisper Get to Know GRCC
On this episode of the Collective Whisper podcast Simon speaks to Michelle Caulfield and Susan Costello from Galway Rape Crisis Centre.Read More
Galway Rape Crisis Centre’s ambition to move to new permanent home boosted by €120,000 donation from Aviva Ireland
Galway Rape Crisis Centre’s ambitions to move to new permanent home boosted by €120,000 donation from Aviva Ireland Galway Rape Crisis Centre is delighted that its dreams of moving to a permanent home in Galway city centre has come closer to becoming a reality following receipt of a financial donation of €120,000 from Aviva Ireland. […]Read More
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Accompaniment & Advocacy
We provide an advocacy service which includes support and accompaniment by trained personnel to guide you through the legal system, Health Services and other agencies
How can you help us?
Becoming a Corporate Partner of Galway Rape Crisis Centre offers a unique opportunity to engage both customers and staff, and helps GRCC develop sustainable pathways to providing essential services to survivors of sexual abuse