For more than 30 years, we’ve worked alongside young people facing homelessness. We offer accommodation, practical support and the wellbeing resources that the people we work with need to get back on their feet.

The Depaul Group was founded in 1989 in response to the growing number of people sleeping rough on the streets of London. Today, Depaul International charities work around the world, going where the need is greatest and exerting global influence on policy through the Institute of Global Homelessness.

In the UK, Depaul has expanded services to the North East, South Yorkshire and Greater Manchester as well as London and the South East. We also manage and accredit the Nightstop Network of community hosting services, which operates in more than 30 communities around the UK.

We’re committed to innovation in our response to homelessness, embracing new ways of working, developing for measuring outcomes and carrying out hard-hitting original research.

Though the challenges which face young people have changed since 1989, our commitment to ending homelessness and changing the lives of those affected by it has not.

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You can provide a package of basic toiletries to a young person fleeing domestic abuse during lockdown.
You can provide a young homeless person with a safe bed for the night, a friendly, listening ear, a healthy meal and toiletries.
You could provide a tablet so a young person can stay connected during lockdown, enabling them to apply for jobs or bid for long-term housing.
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