30 people slept rough during the freezing conditions in Dublin last night.
The Peter McVerry Trust says that they were offered help but refused beds.
Homeless charities are reporting a big increase in demand for their services during the cold snap.
Peter McVerry reps say 106 beds were allocated at a sports centre in Dublin's South Inner City, an increase on 81 on the night before.
You can help by letting homeless charities know if you see someone sleeping rough:
If you need help or wish to report the location of anyone in need of assistance during Storm Emma, here are the numbers you need to know.— Peter McVerry Trust (@PMVTrust) March 1, 2018
📞Dublin freephone: 1800 707 707
📞Dublin Housing First Street intake team: 086 813 9015.
📞Kildare freephone: 1800 804 307
We have a big push on now to locate any people still sleeping rough #housingfirst Teams @SafetynetPC & @AnaLiffey are on the streets now working to get them into shelter - please help us by using the link https://t.co/KAZY6wQqOm or contact 086 8139015 Freephone 1800707707 pic.twitter.com/6spJ7J16UI— Homeless Dublin (@HomelessDublin) March 1, 2018