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.
Depaul CEO discusses work in France
Andrew McKnight, CEO of Depaul France, reveals what it's like to be working for an NGO in France... »
Choral Concert to raise funds for the homeless
A special choral concert "Ethereal Echoes" will take place on the evening of Friday 10th April... »
Depaul Group CEO receives OBE at the Palace
Mark McGreevy, Depaul International's CEO receives his OBE from Prince Charles. Mark was listed... »
Ukraine crisis - donate today
Depaul teams are continuing to work as normal during the turbulent and difficult times in Ukraine. Although much of the attention continues to be focussed in Donetsk and Luhansk, there have been disturbances in Odessa and Kharkiv where Depaul has projects helping adults and young people who are homeless and extremely vulnerable.
After months of unrest the needs are great. Depaul teams are providing essential hot meals, first aid, shelter and support to help with basic survival needs for those living on the margins of society. The widespread unrest is causing inflation and poor exchange rates, as well as economic difficulties for the country as a whole.
Our services are a vital lifeline to many who have so little and who are facing increased pressure and uncertainty due to recent turmoil. Depaul Ukraine needs your support more than ever. Please give whatever you can to help. Read more.
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.