CharityDetail

What it does
    To offer homeless and disadvantaged young people the opportunity to fulfill their potential and move towards a positive and independent future
Who works here
  • 254 employees and 608 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
  • Accommodation/housing
  • Amateur Sport
  • Economic/community Development/employment
Where it operates
  • Throughout England And Wales
Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/12/2018 £17,238,000 £15,337,000 £1,901,000 3 254 608 30/10/2019
31/12/2017 £15,990,000 £14,061,000 £1,929,000 £6,528,000 2 240 823 23/10/2018
31/12/2016 £12,444,000 £11,885,000 £559,000 £4,597,000 1 227 411 25/08/2017
31/12/2015 £11,314,000 £11,634,000 -£320,000 £4,032,000 1 215 234 15/09/2016
31/12/2014 £9,445,000 £9,493,000 -£48,000 £4,382,000 2 175 753 14/09/2015
31/12/2013 £7,044,634 £7,072,952 -£28,318 £4,430,745 2 154 275 20/08/2014
31/12/2012 £6,354,494 £6,422,801 -£68,307 £4,560,014 2 153 0 19/07/2013
31/12/2011 £6,942,439 £6,880,393 £62,046 £4,630,774 2 160 0 31/07/2012
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 9 grant making charities totalling £1,194,436

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£40,000
28/02/2019
Garfield Weston Foundation Preventing Youth Homelessness: Early Intervention in Schools
£10,000
20/12/2018
Co-Op Foundation Improving a room within their centre for homeless young people to make it more suitable for activity
£10,000
31/07/2018
National Lottery Community Fund The group will employ an outreach worker to work with young people who have run away from home, to discuss their problems and gain an understanding of the potential risks they are vulnerable to. The group will also offer family mediation, with the aim of addressing their issues at the earliest possible stage.
£240,000
30/04/2018
National Lottery Heritage Fund The group aims to reduce the number of young people who are homeless and sleeping rough in the North East of England through a ‘same night’ emergency accommodation project in the homes of approved and vetted volunteer hosts. In the morning, the person returns to the referral agency or the Nightstop team, to either access longer term accommodation, or if necessary, to be placed again with Nightstop. The group will also run homeless prevention workshops in local schools.
£120,000
31/10/2017
City Bridge Trust £120,000 over three years (£40,000 per year) for a f/t Wellbeing and Mental Health Co-ordinator and associated costs for the delivery of a Get Mindfuel service for young people accessing Depaul services in London.
£40,000
30/06/2017
Comic Relief British Airways voting initiative 2017 - Depaul UK
£49,850
28/02/2017
Comic Relief The Nightstop App
£55,000
28/02/2017
Clothworkers Foundation Building refurbishment for a charity which works with homeless people in London
£39,875
14/09/2016
Virgin Money Foundation The award to Depaul UK pays for a worker to manage a new community resource in a deprived part of South Shields and to set up and promote a bond scheme which will help at least 40 homeless young people secure rented accommodation.
£100,000
31/08/2016
LandAid Charitable Trust Refurbishment of former Kid’s Company building to become Depaul UK’s ‘Daystop base for DePaul UK’s Nightstop service’, daytime training and activities for young people in Depaul supported accommodation. Range of services and other providers in the premises. E.g Depaul’s Get Up & Go health and employability project which involves The Running Charity, Accenture, Cardboard Citizens.
£399,711
31/07/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund The aim of the project is to improve wellbeing, social inclusion and progression prospects by working alongside young people aged 16-25 who have faced homelessness and who now live in the organisation's accommodation services. The project will first develop positive relationships with young people, mentor them to explore life outside of their supported accommodation, and get them involved in volunteering.
£90,000
30/06/2015
Comic Relief Get up and Go!
Governance
Trustees (12)
Main office

Depaul UK
Sherborne House
34 Decima Street
London
SE1 4QQ

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 802384
  • First registered on 14/11/1989
Objectives

1. THE PREVENTION AND RELIEF OF POVERTY, HOMELESSNESS AND FINANCIAL HARDSHIP; 2. THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION; 3. SUCH OTHER EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE OBJECTS OR EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE PURPOSES AS THE TRUSTEES MAY FROM TIME TO TIME DECIDE CAN USEFULLY BE PURSUED FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT, NATIONALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY AND BY SUCH EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE MEANS AS THE TRUSTEES MAY DETERMINE (THE "OBJECTS").