The St. De Paul Assistance Center is a community of donators, charitable organizations, developers, and other contributors, collaborating to help people who are struggling.
St. De Paul offers these services that help people are struggling:
The Helper database connects people and organizations who want to help people who are struggling to people who are struggling, especially those within the same communities.
The St. De Paul Wiki helps ordinary people and community leaders to collaborate to provide information about social services in the area to people who are struggling
St. De Paul makes it easy to apply for social services online, even social services which traditionally require snail mail to apply.
We need people who can add information about social services that can help people who are struggling!
A helper is someone who provides some type of free service for people struggling, or someone who donates. If you can, please consider becoming a Helper!
You also can contribute and help St. De Paul in the follow ways:
The source code for St. De Paul is at GitHub; it is open source. You can contribute to the project and make a positive impact.
Telling people about St. De Paul can help more people: more people may contribute and donate (to struggling people and to St. De Paul)! 100% of donations made to people struggling go directly to the people struggling.
You can also donate to St. De Paul, the organization. This goes towards research on how to best help the poor, and to help leadership to keep the project moving forward.
If you are interested in being a part of St. De Paul, please consider registering! Even if you can't donate, you can help us by contributing to our wiki for your community (adding information about social services that help people who are struggling).Join St. De Paul