First Annual Community Day 2016

Unity in the Community 2016

Our Lady of Lourdes Church Volunteer playing games

Last Wednesday, 10th August 2016, HOPE played host to the North Inner City’s first annual Community Unity Day Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Sean McDermott Street. This was made possible through a financial contribution from the Croke Park community fund. This was truly a community event with many contributors. We would like to say a big thank you to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Dublin City Council, An Garda Síochana, The Crinan Youth Project, The Fire Station Artist Studios, Urban Soul, The Home of the Elderly at Our Lady of Lourdes, and Foundation for a Drug-Free World. Without whom, the day’s success would not have been possible.

Crinan Youth Project playing games


The Firehouse Project Exhibition
The Firehouse Station Artist Studio
Urban Soul painting faces
Complimentary ice cream for all guests
Complimentary ice cream for all guests
Urban Soul teaching kids how to fly
Kids waiting for their turn on Urban Soul’s obstacle course
“I don’t like magic”
Magic Show in the Curch
Complimentary meal for all guests
Community Guests

WE are already counting down the days ’til next year’s event.

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North Inner City Community Unity Day, August 2016

community Unity PosterHOPE is hosting a Community Unity Day for the North Inner City. We would love if you could participate. We are looking for face painters and people to play games with the children. If not, please come along. Bring the whole family! Everything will be provided for free. We are asking for a one euro donation to support Hughe’s House. Hugh’s House provides  accommodation, 365 days a year, for Parent’s and family of children in Temple Street and Rotunda Hospitals.

We need numbers for food, so please RSVP to
018 878 404, or
[email protected].

This event was made possible through sponsorship from Croke Park. Is supported by the Inner City Folklore Project and Our Lady of Lourdes Church.