Companies and Trusts
Depaul UK relies on the support of trusts, foundations and corporate partners in order to develop and deliver our services to vulnerable young people. If you are a trust, foundation or company who would like to contribute to our work, please contact Kelly White, Head of Trusts and Corporate Partnerships on 020 7939 1275 or email@example.com for a preliminary discussion.
We would like to extend a big thank you to all our donors. Your support enables us to help over 5,000 young people every year.
CASE STUDY: Henry Smith's Charity supports Depaul UK Money Management.
Henry Smith's Charity continues to support Depaul UK's Money Management Training for young people. This programme supports and trains young people in all aspects of budgeting, debt management, benefit entitlement and how to make the most of their income. This, in turn, helps them to sustain tenancies and reduces the risk of future homelessness. The programme includes group sessions and one to one work with individuals and helps them to seek solutions and formulate plans to address and solve financial issues. This year, Money Management has worked with over 100 young people.
CASE STUDY: Homeless young people are more likely to have poorer mental and physical health than their peers. We are working in partnership with AstraZeneca as part of their global community investment programme which aims to help disadvantaged young people deal with the health issues they face so they can improve their chances of living a better life. As a result of our joint ‘Making It Matter’ research, AstraZeneca and Depaul UK are working to improve the health outcomes of homeless young people in a number of ways: creating better access to health services; increasing staff training in issues of mental health; increasing provision of health related activities for young people including opportunities for peer support around issues of health. The partnership includes funding to develop the health programme, as well as fundraising and voluntary work by AstraZeneca employees.
Click here to view the Making it Matter report