TV viewers praise Henry Sheffield as a legend on and off the pitch for volunteering time to deal with the homeless crisis.
The charity has set a $ 1.3 million target – $ 1.1 million has already been raised as people across Ireland sleep in their homes, gardens and workplaces.
Shefflin, a 10-time All-Ireland champion, took to the streets of Dublin last weekend to provide food and clothing for the homeless.
He posted on Instagram: “Last night we joined Kilkenny in Dublin ‘helping the homeless’.
“These charities do a lot of work and it was really an experience to be a part of reality.
“We walked all over inner Dublin and met a lot of people from different regions.
“Winter is coming, the nights are cold, and these people need our love, warmth and kindness.”
Because, on the Late Late Show tonight, he explained to Ryan Tubridi why it is important to him.
Hill 16 Army Account tweeted: “What a great man Henry Shefflin was. # Shine brightly To help our homeless at the late show there. Epic. “
Buff Eagen commented: “Fair play with Henry Sheffield is helping raise awareness for the homeless. It’s nice to see a hurling legend like him do something very important. These people have forgotten more than ever. Henry is still king in more ways than one. #latelate“
Ken O’Grodie joked: “The day Henry Shefflin tore Cork to pieces was not my favorite person, but some player !!!
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