We support homeless people in their fight for fair housing, social integration and employment opportunities. We do this with the help of our member organisations: Arrels Foundation, Assís Reception Centre, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul and Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God.
The Badalona Homelessness Board is born
The Badalona Homelessness Board is a new space for working in a coordinated way, made up of social organisations and Badalona Council, to address the reality of people who sleep on the streets.
1,026 people sleep on the streets of Barcelona every night
The 2017 count, carried out on the night of 17th May, recorded a total of 1,026 people sleeping on the streets of Barcelona—an increase of 9.03% over the 2016 count.
The first Symposium of Care and Domestic Work
On May 30, was held the first Symposium of Care and Domestic Work, organised by the Xarxa del Treball de la Llar Just (the Network for Fair Domestic Work), an association made up of 7 entities, among them Fundació Mambré’s Employment Service.
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At Mambré we're dedicated to supporting homeless people in their fight for a decent home.
Access to employment and job stability are fundamental to personal and social independence.
On Thursday the 25th of May, the Taula Sense Llar de Badalona (Badalona Homelessness Board) convened, a new space that will work in a coordinated way to address the reality of people living on the streets, in temporary accommodation or other emergency housing situations.
On the 30th May, the first Symposium of Care and Domestic Work will take place, organised by the Xarxa del Treball de la Llar Just (the Network for Fair Domestic Work), an association made up of 7 entities, among them Fundació Mambré’s Employment Service.
The 2017 count, undertaken on the night of 17th of May, has recorded a total of 1,026 people sleeping on the streets of Barcelona, which represents an increase of 9.03% over 2016’s count. The 1,954 people sleeping in facilities run by the council and various other organisations should be added to this figure, as should the 415 people who sleep in temporary accommodation. The total number of people who are homeless, therefore, is 3,395.
Hundreds of volunteers will once more take to the streets of Barcelona at night to carry out the count of people that have been forced to sleep out in the open. The 2017 count will take place on the 17th and 18th of May, organised by the Network for the Care of the Homeless (XAPSLL) that’s made up of around thirty organisations, including Mambré.