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MPs and peers from across the main political parties pledged to help end rough sleeping at a St Mungo’s event in Parliament yesterday, Wednesday 29 November.
St Mungo’s is part of a new partnership in Bristol aimed at providing better and more consistent support services for homeless people in the city.
The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Sajid Javid, has announced a green paper on social housing in England.
Through my eyes, a new photography exhibition, has opened at St Giles Church in Covent Garden, featuring images taken during workshops at St Mungo’s Endell Street hostel.
The annual Pink News Awards evening recognises the contributions of politicians, campaigners, charities, businesses, public sector employers, broadcasters and journalists towards achieving LGBT+ equality.
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.