A Cork Charity Say They Fear The Worst Is Yet To Come

Cork Penny Dinners say they're anticipating a surge in demand for their service


Cork Penny Dinners say their service has been operating at capacity since the COVID19 outbreak, and they're anticipating an increase in demand for their service in the coming months. 

The homeless charity say it's fielding calls from businesses offering to donate stock as they have made the difficult decision to permanently shut.

Calls are now being made on the newly formed government to urgently address the crisis which is being most severely felt by those who find themselves at the doors of Cork charities like Cork Penny Dinners. 

Speaking to RedFM News Caitriona Twomey of Cork Penney Dinners says the crisis is far from over:

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