The head of a homeless charity says they have more offers of volunteer help than they know what to do with.
Inner City Helping Homeless chief executive Anthony Flynn says they are currently "inundated" with requests from volunteers looking to support their efforts.
Mr Flynn said that they have a huge volunteer base and they are working with them while ensuring that they follow HSE guidelines
"In terms of donations, people can donate at ICHH.ie to help us to continue the work that we are doing."
Mr Flynn says his team know of 90 people still sleeping rough in the capital every night during the Covid-19 crisis.
He says there are now bigger challenges for those who face the prospect of self-isolation in emergency accommodation.
"Many that are in homeless accommodation haven't got access to cooking facilities.
"We have had a lot of pubs and restaurants close down over the last 24-48 hours, we are working to redistribute the stock from those facilities to old folks' centres and basically anybody that needs it.
"There is a sense of panic at the moment and we are asking people to calm down. Services are still in operation and we are still providing a full service.
"We have increased the level of service that we are providing."