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Current Funders
People's Postcode Lottery Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have been providing transformational support to Depaul UK since 2013. The People’s Postcode Support Trust have provided more than £20m in funding, helping us develop and deliver impactful and sustainable services for young people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness. We are incredibly grateful for the support we receive from Players of the People’s postcode Lottery, which allows us to provide bespoke support to young people on their journey to a brighter future and to help prevent young people becoming homeless.
Merchant's Taylors Foundation The Merchant Taylors’ Foundation has partnered with Depaul UK to help prevent thousands of young people becoming homeless in Lewisham and Southwark. The Foundation have committed an incredible £500,000 over five years to support our innovative Education Programme and family mediation service, Reconnect, in London.
Garfield Weston Foundation The Garfield Weston Foundation has generously invested in the future of the Nightstop UK Network of emergency accommodation. This is supporting us to develop and expand this innovative service to reach even more vulnerable people at imminent risk of rough sleeping.
Benefact Trust In 2022, Benefact Trust generously donated a £100,000 grant to help Depaul and the young people we support through the current cost of living crisis. This funding will help us to manage the vast increase in utility bills anticipated in our accommodation services, and support the delivery of Cost of Living workshops and emergency grants for our clients.
LandAid LandAid have supported Depaul UK on a variety of projects and services. This includes a current generous grant to support the development and delivery of Nightstop UK, providing emergency accommodation across the UK.
Co-op Foundation and Astra Foundation Co-op Foundation and Astra Foundation have partnered together to commit a combined total of £300,000 over three years to help us deliver education sessions to at-risk young people in schools, and provide education, training and employment support to young people who have already experienced homelessness.