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Anam Cara Donegal, the organisation that supports bereaved parents, offers a safe and comfortable forum where you can connect with other bereaved parents who will understand the depth of your grief and loss. For more information see or ring our information line on 085 2888 888 & NI 028 95 213120.

Volunteers slept out for one night only on Friday, 5th October in Letterkenny in solidarity for those less fortunate in our society and to help raise awareness of the work and services provided by North West Simon Community in Donegal.
The North West Simon Community we would like to express their gratitude to volunteers in Letterkenny for getting involved in this yearís annual ĎSleep Outí and a big thank you to everyone for supporting the campaign.

Letterkenny Menís shed are looking for your old or unused tools for our Menís shed in Letterkenny. We can collect from you at your convenience. Call us on: 07491-20633, Mob. 086-2270437. E-mail: .
What is Menís Shed: Menís Shed is a friendly and welcoming place where men come together and undertake a variety of mutually agreed activities, woodworking, DIY, repairing or making furniture to name but a few. Menís Sheds are open to all men regardless of age, background or ability. It is a place where you can share your skills and knowledge with others, learn new skills and develop your old skills.
New men are always welcome and can be assured that there is something of interest for everyone as the men decide their own projects and their own program of events. Get in touch, call in for a cuppa and a chat.

Local Link Donegal now operate two services to Letterkenny on a Sunday - one at midday & one in evening. For more info on this and all services Tel: 074 97 41644 or visit .

Breakout is a youth drop-in service for young gay and lesbian people in Donegal. The group is open to 14-18 year olds and is also open to bisexual or transgender people. The service meets weekly and aims to provide a safe space where young people can be themselves without fear of prejudice. For more information contact Sheena or Marty on text line 0857411607 or email .

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