Dublin, 04th October 2017 – Daisyhouse Housing Association has published its 2016 Annual Report today, which details an important 12 months for Daisyhouse Housing Association as it supported women out of homelessness.
“Our work to provide a unique service to support women out of homelessness is only made possible through the monumental support which we received from our supporters in 2016, on behalf of the Board of Directors and Staff of Daisyhouse, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to those who helped us throughout this challenging year.”, said Michael Horgan, CEO of Daisyhouse Housing Association.
He added, “With the support of our donors we can continue to provide tailored personal support programmes for our residents, which in many cases means that we can provide them with access to training and education while they’re in Daisyhouse, for example. Crucially, Daisyhouse has secured government funding to provide its service in 2017.”
To read the Daisyhouse Housing Association 2016 Annual Report in full please click here.