Our campaigns

St Mungo's campaign to motivate government to take action on homelessness. By raising public awareness and support we put the weight of many voices behind our calls for change to prevent and resolve homelessness.

Our campaigns exist to support our influencing priorities, they are based on research and evidence from experts, frontline practitioners and people with direct experience of homelessness.

Our clients are involved from the outset - from policy development right through to campaigning and lobbying. The people who use our services shape our campaigns by using their lived experience to inform our messaging, and we ensure that they are to part in events and any other campaign activities.

We wouldn't be able to campaign effectively without help from people like you who get involved by signing online petitions, sending emails to policy-makers and politicians, taking part in with creative stunts and even lobbying their local MP. See our campaign news to get the latest updates on all of our current campaign activities.

  • Stop the Scandal

    We've been campaigning for a new national rough sleeping strategy and changes to homelessness lawFind out more
  • Save Hostels Rebuild Lives

    Proposals to changes funding for supported housing could be bad news for people recovering from homelessnessFind out more