Dermot Bannon launches Simon Open Door homeless appeal

Sunday Business Post columnist offers services for free to housing campaigners

6th April, 2016
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Dermot Bannon launches annual RIAI Simon Open Door campaign with Lauren (4) and Jessica Walsh (6) from Ranelagh, Dublin. Pic: Conor Healy Photography

The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) and the Simon Communities have launched their twelfth annual RIAI Simon Open Door campaign.

Architects nationwide will offer one-hour consultations to the public for a donation of €70, every cent of which goes directly to the Simon Communities in Ireland.

To date, over €500,000 has been raised by the Irish public and architects.

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