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.
Noves insercions laborals en temps de COVID-19
El Servei d’Inserció Laboral (SIL) de Mambré continua treballant per tal que les persones sense llar tinguin oportunitats laborals malgrat l’emergència sanitària produïda pel CoVid-19
COVID-19 Una lectura positiva
... I was very worried how it would affect emotionally and coexistently the fact that 27 people were confined in a building where at least 8 people lived per floor ...
Maria Wants to make a home improvement job
The Mambré Foundation has set up a housing improvement program. Thanks to the Improvement Fund, the owners of an empty floor to be renovated will be able to face the financing without having to invest a single penny and in a short time they will have it reformed and rented.
Working together between Serveis Socials de Sant Joan de Déu, Fundació Formació i Treball, Fundació Mambre and Caritas Diocesana de Barcelona, Insula has been born. A proposal for networking, which gives a collective and coordinated response to a structural difficulty in accessing housing
149/5000 We join forces with the problem of access to housing: the Fundación Acogida y Esperanza and the Mambré Foundation sign a collaboration agreement
Mambré Foundation has donated two of its floors to the Fundació Acollida i Esperança. The flats are in Badalona and Santa Coloma de Gramenet and have been acquired by Mambré through the exercise of the right of "tanteig i retracte"
Last week, the Mambré Foundation signed the purchase of 8 apartments in temporary ownership for 75 years thanks to the agreement between the Agència de l’Habitatge de Catalunya and the Institut Català de Finances that allows social entities [ ...]
Mambré was born to respond to the needs that the organizations did not have resolved: to create affordable housing, stable and dignified. Most organizations used pensions as spaces where they held people who were in a homeless situation.