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In the news
- Charles Fraser, Chief Executive of St Mungo's, profiled in Society Guardian
- Our joint report on The Work Programme in
- Our women's hostel manager, Jude McKee, on
- Our Recovery College on
- Our Painting and Decorating programme in The Guardian
Most recent press releases:
13 May '13
St Mungo's welcomes funding for hospital aftercare for homeless people
Homeless people are to receive better help once they leave hospital thanks to £10million funding, Public Health Minister Anna Soubry has announced.
10 May '13
Improving end of life care for homeless people
A ground-breaking new resource guide will help improve end of life care for homeless people. The resource pack, called Homelessness and End of Life Care, is the first of its kind in the UK.
09 May '13
New St Mungo’s and Foundation66 project to help people back into work
St Mungo’s, in partnership with Foundation 66, has been awarded a London Councils contract to help around 300 people across 33 London boroughs towards, and into, jobs.
07 May '13
Calendar raises cash for homeless art groups
Artists from 11 homelessness sector organisations, including St Mungo’s, will help distribute more than £4,000 in art vouchers this Friday, 10 May, after the successful sale of a 2013 calendar.
26 Apr '13
"Deeply worrying" cuts in services for people newly homeless and needing specialist help
St Mungo's Chief Executive comments on Homeless Link's latest annual ‘Survey of Needs and Provision’, which found that nearly five out of ten projects saw their funding fall - by an average of 17%.
23 Apr '13
Comedians stand up for homeless women
Some of the country’s most exciting female stand-up, sketch and character comedians are coming together for a massive night of comedy to raise money for St Mungo’s and The Margins Project in Islington.
12 Apr '13
National and London awards for St Mungo’s gardening project
St Mungo’s gardening training project Putting Down Roots is celebrating with a brace of prestigious horticulture awards, recognised in two separate ceremonies in London this month.
11 Apr '13
St Mungo’s clients renovate a home for homeless people
Clients from homeless charity St Mungo’s painting and decorating social enterprise ReVive and bricklaying training course Bricks & Mortar have joined together to complete their first big project – renovating a large five-bedroom property in Bounds Green, Enfield.
27 Mar '13
St Mungo’s and Broadway take forward Mayor’s rough sleeping initiative
St Mungo’s is working with Broadway Homelessness and Support to take forward the Mayor’s No Second Night Out (NSNO) service for two more years.
27 Mar '13
St Mungo’s reopening London emergency cold weather shelter for fifth time
A pan-London emergency shelter run by St Mungo’s and funded by the Mayor of London has been reopened for a record fifth time this winter to offer a lifeline to rough sleepers in the capital during the freezing weather.