Iarnród Éireann and Focus Ireland Join Forces At Kent Station To Help People Make It Home For Christmas
Focus Ireland's 'Beloved' charity shop was forced to close following the huge fire at Douglas Village Shopping Centre at the end of August.
However the store and staff have returned to Kent Station with a special pop up shop selling a range of Christmas gifts.
Commuters can make a donation to the homeless charity at the station or when booking tickets online.
Speaking to RedFM News, manager of Focus Ireland's Douglas branch Anne Murphy says demand for help increases greatly during the festive season:
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