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.
We join forces with the problem of access to housing: the Fundación Acogida y Esperanza and the Mambré Foundation sign a collaboration agreement
The Mambré Foundation has donated two of its floors to the Fundación 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"
Diagnosis 2019. The homelessness in Barcelona. Evolution and young people in a homelessness situation.
The Diagnosis 2019 is the sixth report on the homeless situations in Barcelona promoted by XAPSLL, and this edition delves into the understanding of the characteristics and causes of sensellarism among young people and their vital trajectories in order to be able to donate a political response and quality care.
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.
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 [ ...]
Som entitats molt preocupades per les persones sense llar que es vam adonar que era imprescindible col·laborar i unir esforços per revertir la situació d'aquestes persones. Cada entitat és diferent en molts aspectes però tenen l'objectiu comú
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.
ASSÍS is a volunteering association that works in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona, with the aim of facilitating and motivating social inclusion processes for people in situations of homelessness. Encouraging the promotion of the person ...