After a lot of soul-searching and discussion with our Directors the Alice Leahy Trust decided to close on Friday 13th March.

Our centre is too small to ensure social distancing and the safety of our staff and the people who use our service would be compromised.

The people who call to use our service or visit us come from all over the city and beyond.

We too are conscious that we operate in the basement of a large city hostel and we must be mindful of their residents.

We do regret having to close but we had no option – we informed Dublin Regional Homeless Executive of our decision.

Jeanette is able to keep the office going from home and we liaise daily.

Like everyone else, we are daily monitoring the situation in these challenging times.

We look forward to the day when we can open our doors again but in the meantime – keep safe everyone.

Alice Leahy – Director of Services, Alice Leahy Trust

Alice Leahy visits Templemore Garda Training College on Tuesday 11th February 2020

On Tuesday 11th February, 2020 the Garda College had the pleasure of a visit from Ms. Alice Leahy from the Alice Leahy Trust. The Alice Leahy Trust provides frontline health & social services for people who are homeless ensuring that they also receive their statutory entitlements. Ms. Leahy kindly gave a presentation to our outgoing Trainees from Intake 192 and presnted the Garda College Library with her book ‘The Stars are our only warmth’. Ms. Leahy was delighted to have her photograph taken with All-Ireland Hurling Champion and Trainee Garda Ronan Maher. Many thanks to Ms. Leahy and all her team at the Alice Leahy Trust.