Providing support in challenging times

We continue to work harder than ever to reverse the rise in homelessness and rough sleeping and change lives for the better.

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Moving away from the streets of Brighton

Our social impact bonds service in Brighton continues to help people who have been homeless for prolonged periods. This service model allows us to work intensively and creatively with people so they can finally leave homelessness behind.

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Short term interventions for long term change

Our Floating Hubs provide innovative, emergency shelter and support to help people move away from the streets. Working across London boroughs, our team collaborate with local agencies and councils for an intense two week period, sharing resources and knowledge creatively, to support people away from rough sleeping.

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Rooms for recovery from homelessness

During the year, we were proud to unveil three new services alongside an existing hostel in South London. The site can now accommodate 150 people on any given night and includes a purpose built No Second Night Out (NSNO) hub.

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Reflecting on our Women's Strategy

In March 2020, we celebrated the first anniversary of our Women's Strategy, designed to address the ways in which women experience homelessness differently from men.

Find out about the plans for years ahead

Boosting skills and wellbeing

At the heart of everything we do is our mission to empower people to live fulfilling lives and prevent homelessness in the future. Our Recovery College is a key part of this approach.

Find out more about our Recovery Colleges

50 Lives

To mark our 50th year, we profiled 50 Lives throughout 2019 to offer a snapshot of people who’ve played their part in our history.

Read their stories

Putting Down Roots in Bristol

St Mungo's Putting Down Roots provides vocational horticulture training for people experiencing homelessness supporting their recovery and developing vital skills for employment. 

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Advocating for change

Our services support people every day but they do not exist in isolation. We are committed to ensuring that homelessness is also a priority for the government of the day. 

Find out how we campaign for change

Involving clients in positive change

St Mungo’s is committed to meaningful client involvement at every level of the organisation. Clients are part of how we run our activities, how we plan for the future, and how we make decisions. 

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Harriet delivering goods to vulnerable people helping them feel safe supported

Support during the pandemic

The coronavirus crisis has been an unprecedented time of change for all of us, and the vulnerable people we work with are facing more uncertainty than ever.

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Financial Statements

Read our Financial Statement for 2019-2020

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Report to Residents

Read our Report for Residents for 2019-2020.

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Thank you to all our staff, supporters, partners, donors and volunteers for  for their time and energy during 2019-20.

Read St Mungo's Annual Review 2019-20