Republic of Ireland
In Dublin, The Salvation Army operates seven residential centres (Lifehouses) for young people, single adults, couples and families. These centres provide more than 128,000 beds a night every year to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The Salvation Army in the Republic of Ireland also have two community churches, one in the north and one in the south of Dublin city.
The Salvation Army Republic of Ireland, Registered Charity No. CHY 6399
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An introduction to The Salvation Army in the Republic of Ireland
Salvation Army churches in Dublin
Homeless Services provided by The Salvation of Army in Dublin
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FEAD's support will help people out of poverty and social exclusion
When families become homeless children are the first victims
Here you can find copies of our most recent annual reports and accounts.