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 about leading by example
Galway Rape Crisis Centre’s Text Donate Campaign
Together We Are Stronger. Together We Are United As members of the Galway United senior women’s football team, we feel it’s fitting to support our local community and the organisations that make it a better place. That’s why we are proud Ambassadors for Galway Rape Crisis Centre (GRCC) and delighted to be involved in the […]Read More about galway rape crisis centre’s text donate campaign
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 […]Learn 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 about collective whisper get to know grcc
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. […]Learn more
Volunteer Spotlight Alexandra Van Tuyll
Volunteer Spotlight Alexandra Van Tuyll Alexandra Van Tuyll, Fundraiser and Supporter of GRCC – written by Sarah O’Malley On a bright spring afternoon, in early April, I had the privilege of meeting the wonderful Alexandra Van Tuyll. We met in in Mulranny village and enjoyed each other’s company whilst overlooking the unusually tame Atlantic coastline. […]Learn more
GRCC Coldvembers Charity of Choice
Coldvember 2021 Fundraiser – Why Choose GRCC During the early hours of November 1st, 2021, the Salthill Blackrock Tower was awoken to the enthusiastic buzz of community spirit as a group of students from NUI Galway braved the cold winter conditions and plunged into the wild Atlantic Ocean, kickstarting the annual Coldvember charity event. This […]Read More about grcc coldvembers charity of choice
GRCC’s virtual Camino of the body & mind Fundraiser
We are delighted to introduce you to our virtual Camino of the Body & Mind, a virtual Camino that is designed to nurture both body and mind while raising funds for Galway Rape Crisis Centre. Totalling 124km, the virtual Camino of the body & mind is modelled on part of the Portuguese Coastal Camino.To accompany […]Learn more
Green is the new Black!!
Introducing GRCC’s Recycling Clothes Banks The start of 2021 saw the introduction of the first of GRCC’s Recycling Clothes Banks. The new Recycling Clothes Banks not only provide a service to the community, but are also a way people can help raise funds for essential services provided by GRCC. In an ever increasing age of […]Read More about green is the new black!!
Why taking part in GRCC’s virtual Camino of the body & mind matters
People choose to support GRCC for many different reasons, this is one persons reason for doing soDonate
Why Choose to Support GRCC
GRCC relies on fundraising in order to continue our work, but it’s not just about the money.
Fundraising can also help promote a charity’s message and goals, it encourages others to get involved and spread the word
Hear is Sharon’s story on why she decided to support GRCC’s virtual Camino of the body & mind
By completing our virtual Camino Sharon has helped raise much needed funds allowing us to continue providing essential services to those who need us’.
If you would like to support us, consider signing up now for ‘GRCC’s virtual Camino of the body & mind’ and be the supportive means that can help survivors rebuild their lives. Our volunteers & champions of GRCC keep our services going for those who really need it.
Please consider supporting us.
Sign up here -> www.galwayrcccamino.ie
All events & campaigns big or small make a huge difference to the services we can provide.