Depaul – Homelessness has no place

Initiative Overview

Depaul was established in 2002 in Ireland and Northern Ireland in 2005 and is now a leading cross-border organisation addressing homelessness. Our focus is upon those experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, who need vital support and the opportunity to realise their true potential.

Key Facts & Figures

  • In 2019 Depaul supported 4,500 men, women and children to make positive changes in their lives
  • Depaul currently manages 32 specialised accommodation and outreach services
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How does my donation help?

Depaul offer support and guidance to break the cycle of homelessness, and assist our service users in making positive choices for their future. Depaul currently manages 32 specialised accommodation and outreach services for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness and in 2019 we supported 4,500 men, women and children to make positive changes helping them to move forward to brigher futures.

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Please donate directly to Depaul by clicking 'Donate' below.

  • €100 will supply 3 gift packs for service users
  • €500 will pay for 20 nights soup + shelter for 1 service user
  • Once you have donated, don't forget to downlaod and share the ENSO Initiatives 'We are playing our part' badge to inspire other businesses to get involved too
  • Eligible for Tax Relief 
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This initiative aligns with the following SDGs

Organisation Details

Charity Number: 20048938 Established: 2002 Website Link

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