There’s little sign of an economic recovery in Kerry, despite claims to the contrary.
That’s according to a spokesman for the St Vincent de Paul, who says demand for support from families and individuals, is as high as ever in the county.
Mark Hussey, Regional Retail Manager with the society in Cork and Kerry, was speaking on Radio Kerry’s TalkAbout programme, ahead of next Tuesday’s budget.
Appealing for more clothes and furniture donations for the Vincent de Paul shops in Tralee, he says revenue from the stores is vital to help meet the demands from the public.
He says, volunteers in Kerry see no signs of an upturn in the economy: