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In this issue…

“You wouldn’t believe the power of something as simple as a cup of tea and a biscuit,” says Mark, Depaul’s head chef at Ozanam House homeless hostel in Wexford.

Feeding hungry, homeless people is one of the most fundamental parts of the good work you power here at Depaul.

In this issue of Depaul Diaries, Chef Mark wants you to see the very real difference your kindness makes in the lives of the homeless people he serves.


See what you make possible in Chef Mark’s kitchen here>>


“A lot of the homeless people who walk through these doors haven’t eaten properly in months.”— Chef Mark

But your kindness provides so more than a meal. Because Depaul is somewhere help, hope, and humanity can always be found.

Mark remembers one older man he hadn’t seen before. “He came up to me after dinner and said ‘thank you for talking to me like I’m a real person.’ I couldn’t believe that. Just being able to sit down to have a meal and a chat… it meant the world to him.”


Will you help Chef Mark and his team fill hundreds of

empty bellies every day? (Please say… ‘Yes, Chef!’)

YES, I’ll feed someone who is hungry and homeless >>



Your kind gift will support all of Depaul’s work to help the homeless, and people at risk of homelessness across ROI and NI. Thank you.