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Counter Culture / July 15, 2021

Purchase our new Living Hell t-shirt and support the homeless in Ireland

Counter Culture / July 15, 2021

Purchase our new Living Hell t-shirt and support the homeless in Ireland

Words: Dylan Murphy

50 per cent of proceeds go to Irish homeless charities with the remainder raising awareness of the housing crisis.

Dublin and Ireland at large are going through the worst housing crisis in living memory. Gaff prices are through the roof, fully grown adults are stuck living with their parents and the homeless population is increasing by the day.

Sometimes highlighting in simple terms just how ridiculous things are is the best way at getting the message across and in Ireland we’re no strangers to satire. That’s why we’ve spent the past year highlighting the worst kips on Daft in Dublin in our series, Living Hell.

Though our bi-weekly pieces rip the piss out of sheds for rent in people’s back gardens, we’re deadly serious about making a change.

That’s why we’ve released a new Living Hell t-shirt complete with our new logo to raise vital funds for charities in Ireland that tackle homelessness. 50 per cent of the proceeds will go straight to the organisations providing support for people across the country without a roof over their head, with the remainder going towards campaigns that raise awareness about the crisis.

T-shirts are priced at €28.00. Click here to purchase.