Bridging A Gap


Monday night.

On Ha’penny Bridge, Dublin city.

Coats and jackets were displayed for people to take (and drop off) as part of an initiative by a Facebook group called Warm For Winter.

They say:

“Warm For Winter is about helping the people most in need during the hard winter months. The pictures will give you an idea of how this works. We hang the clothing up in a suitable dry location that many people in need would know and walk away.”

Warm For Winter

Yesterday: ‘Need A Coat? Take One. Want To Help? Leave One’

12 thoughts on “Bridging A Gap

  1. Slightly Bemused

    If anyone needs one, I have a supposedly waterproof sleeping bag. Actually 2, one child size.

    I feel dirty just offering.

  2. george

    This is a nice thing to do but please don’t put sellotape on a historic bridge where it will remove paint leading to rust.

      1. Cian

        It is a state asset. If it rusts it will cost the state money to repair/repaint. This is money that could be used to house people. All George is saying is don’t be a dick with the sellotape.

  3. some old queen

    This started in London and now here- lovely cuddles- brain dead. How many in ‘retro temple bar’ know a homeless let alone gave a regular bed?

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