Some 6,000 Easter eggs have been donated for children in emergency accommodation.
Confectionery company Mars Ireland donated the eggs to Inner City Helping Homeless (ICHH) as part of its 'Operation Easter Bunny' appeal.
The charity says the donation will allow them to support homeless families and families in direct provision centres.
This will run alongside its COVID-19 food distribution programme.
The ICHH is supporting emergency accommodation units, hotels, B&Bs, pensioner accommodation and individuals with food provisions and meals to help them cocoon safely.
ICHH CEO Anthony Flynn said: "We would like to say a huge thank you to Mars Ireland for their incredible donation as part of our Operation Easter Bunny campaign which will enable us to give children in emergency accommodation and direct provision centres something to smile about over Easter weekend.
"During the current pandemic ICHH have had to increase our food distribution service which is now feeding up to 2,000 people on a daily basis due to many emergency accommodation units not providing proper meals to service users.
"This has been a huge undertaking by ICHH volunteers alongside sustaining our seven night a week outreach service supporting people sleeping out nightly around the city.
"Many homeless people have felt like they were forgotten about during the COVID-19 crisis and the donation from Mars Ireland will allow us to show them that this isn’t the case."