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The Bournemouth and Poole Rough Sleeper Team will be on shift six days per week and will be working with people to assess their options, access accommodation and support around health and employment.
The Quiet Garden is part of the charity’s Putting Down Roots project and offers people a safe place to reconnect and learn new skills. Clients gain experience as trainee gardeners and take qualifications.
A fundraising appeal for St Mungo’s on Alice.si – Street Impact 15 Lives – is run on a new online platform which is one of the first of its kind to use blockchain technology in the charity sector.
Bristol’s night shelters provide somewhere safe and supportive to stay whilst we work to help people find accommodation, and help with health and employment.
St Mungo’s is urging the government to follow through on the manifesto pledge to end rough sleeping and tackle homelessness, as a new report revealed that 8,108 people were seen rough sleeping in London in 2016-17.
Two inspirational women with lived experience of homelessness have successfully led a team of 15 clients and staff to climb Mount Snowdon in aid of St Mungo’s, raising £38,000 for the charity’s work.
Many people who are rough sleeping or at risk of homelessness need specialist supported housing to help rebuild their lives. Government plans to change funding could cause irreparable damage to essential services.
Partnership working is key in helping people to move away from the streets. We work with migrant charities, domestic abuse organisations, health services, probation services, the police, local authorities and many others.