Depaul International is the parent company of a group of charities working to support homeless and marginalised people around the world. Each year we work with nearly 13,000 people in our subsidiary countries; click below to visit them online.
What it's like to be a corporate fundraiser
Depaul UK's Corporate Fundraiser - Shelley Green reveals more about her role and her latest fundraiser... »
Patron opens renovated northwing of Night Shelter
On Sunday 14 th June, Depaul International's Patron, the Duchess of Norfolk travelled to Slovakia... »
Institute for Global Homelessness Conference
In June the Institute for Global Homelessness (IGH) held its first bi-annual research conference... »
Helping the homeless in Ukraine
Rising inflation, high unemployment, and a poor economy are forcing more people into poverty in Ukraine. The number of homeless people attending our outreach and day centre services in Kharkiv and Odessa grew significantly last year and we saw more internally displaced people coming to us in need of food assistance and help to access social and welfare services. The political situation in Ukraine still remains uncertain although we are hopeful the ceasefire will hold and the climate will become more stable. What is clear however is the urgent need to continue our provision of vital survival services for adults, young people and families as economic difficulties continue and more displaced people enter the cities in search of food, shelter and medical care. Read how Depaul is helping people on the streets in the aftermath of the crisis - like Vladimir and Ludmilya . Donate and help others who are suffering today.
Day Centre work begins in France
Depaul International is delighted to announce that the first phase of the construction work at the new health care day centre in France is underway. The building overhaul is set to establish new standards, to ensure the layout and rooms offer privacy and feel welcoming to clients. A number of separate shower rooms and toilets have already been installed but we still need vital donations to help complete the project to ensure clients receive vital health care that they would otherwise struggle to access. Please give generously if you can.
At the same time the popular outreach Mobil'douche has continued to visit people on the streets - offering them the chance to take a refreshing shower and receive clean clothes. Read Michel's story about his encounter with Depaul and how our service begins to build trust and dialogue with clients.