Christmas Appeal | Depaulcharity

Depaul helps people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Christmas Appeal

Will you make a donation to help young homeless people this Christmas?

Hundreds of young people across the UK won’t be tucking themselves into a safe, warm bed on Christmas Eve. They won’t be dreaming about opening presents or eating Christmas dinner with the family.

They will be worried about the cold and how to keep warm. They will be thinking:

“Where will I stay tonight?”

Depaul UK believes that no young person should experience homelessness at Christmas or any time of the year.

This Christmas we are asking you to donate and help us to give more vulnerable young people a warm bed, and keep them safe into 2018 and beyond.

Because of Depaul, more than 500 young people across the UK will have a home this Christmas. They’ll be staying in Depaul houses and supported accommodation projects. They won’t be alone on the streets, sleeping rough, or in unsafe places.

They will have their own room and be surrounded by people who care. Depaul will give them the determined support, belief and encouragement they need to reach their goals.

But we can’t do it alone. We need your support this Christmas!

Donate now

Make a donation today to help us keep more young people in desperate need of support warm and safe.

If you donate just £15 - you could pay for one night’s emergency accommodation for a young person facing a night on the streets. That’s the cost of a secret Santa, a round of Christmas drinks or an extra Christmas present.

Your support will help young people like Frankie who became homeless after her dad passed away and her mum became unwell and had to move into a care home. Read young people's stories and find out how Depaul UK makes a difference here.

No young person should be alone and homeless this Christmas.

Click here to give that life-changing Christmas gift.

 

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