Former Dublin All-Ireland Football winner Eamon Fennell was on the AO Show this morning to talk about Gaelic Voices For Change and their sleep out on Saturday December 16th.

Former Dublin star Eamon Fennell was on The AO Show this morning. You can listen back to this interview here

Gaelic Voices for Change is a voluntary group of past and present inter-county GAA players supported by the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) and Women’s Gaelic Players Association (WGPA).

On Saturday December 16th, over 250 inter-county GAA players are going to sleep rough in solidarity with Ireland’s homeless. The reason behind this is to focus on the escalating housing and homeless crisis.

They are 11 towns and cities involved: Dublin, Galway, Cork, Limerick, New York, Belfast, Carlow, Naas, Portlaoise (Dec 15), Sligo, and Wexford.

All funds raised will go to registered charities including the Peter McVerry Trust, the Simon Communities, Focus Ireland, DePaul Ireland, the Capuchin Day Centre, Cope Galway, the Welcome Organisation and Thomand House.

Cope Galway is one of the many charities that will benefit from this sleep out

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