24 November 2023

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Link Galway receives €100K funding boost for disability initiative

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Link Galway receives €100K funding boost for disability initiative

Link Galway, with locations on Sandy Road and Newcastle, has received a funding boost of €100,000 for its initiative supporting people with a disability.

The funding will support the non-profit organisation in employing eight people with an intellectual disability to run a baking and catering service.

It will also allow Link Galway to accredit its culinary skills training programme, supporting people with a disability in their employment journey.

Manager of Link Galway CLG, Shane Tuohy, spoke to our reporter Sarah Slevin about the work they do:

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