As a valued member of our business community, this page gives you exclusive access to all the materials you need to make supporting St Mungo’s a fantastic experience for you and your colleagues.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Payment Systems Regulator (PSR), have been a committed supporter of St Mungo’s for the past few years.
From organising cake competitions to book sales, they have been vital in supporting people experiencing homelessness.
A key highlight from this year was five colleagues taking on the UK’s highest freefall abseil in June, raising over £1,700 collectively.
Vicky Pilton, PSR, shared her experience of the event.
Collectively, the FCA and PSR have committed many hours of support throughout the year, particularly during the festive period.
In December 2022, they collected, wrapped and delivered gifts to 85 St Mungo’s clients. This year they are aiming to reach many more clients and services. Thank you to everyone at the FCA and PSR for all your support.
Many of our services could not run without the help of our supporters. There are so many fun ways that you and your colleagues can raise money and help people at risk or experiencing homelessness.
Download our 2023 events calendar and sign up to an event today! From cycling to abseiling, we have a variety of challenge events to suit everyone. Get a team of colleagues together and we will be sure to provide you with fundraising materials and support every step of the way.
Running not your cup of tea? Check out our handy fundraising pack full of plenty of inspiring ways to support St Mungo’s with colleagues. In this pack you will find ideas and fundraising tips, along with uplifting stories to kick start your fundraising, in support of people experiencing homelessness.
Volunteers are an integral part of St Mungo’s, and we recognise and value the huge contribution they make. Your staff can see the impact of our work first hand by becoming a regular volunteer with our outreach teams, or in our services.
Corporate supporters also have access to our group Christmas volunteering opportunities. Download our corporate supporter volunteering guide here to see how your employees can get involved.
If you see someone sleeping rough, you can refer them to support using StreetLink.
StreetLink is a national rough sleeping referral service. It urgently connects people experiencing homelessness with the local support and services available to them. Please use the StreetLink website to tell services where you have seen someone sleeping rough so they can get the help they need.
Case Closure and Reopen Guidance
Clearing House FAQs November 2022
Clearing House Nomination Policy & Procedure v1.1
Clearing House Sensitive Lets Policy & Procedure v1.1
Clearing House User Agreement v4
Couples Referral Guidance
Data Protection and Information Sharing Policy
High Needs Quota Policy & Procedure
Hostel Decant Policy & Procedure
Nominations Appendix A – Allocations and Prioritisation
NSNO Low Needs Staging Post Offer Policy & Procedure
Policy Addendum Clarification 2019
Referral and Waiting List Policy & Procedure
Referral Coaching Policy & Procedure – Volunteers v1.0
Referral Form Minimum Standards v1.2
Resettlement Policy & Procedure
Tenancy Review Policy & Procedure
Transfers Policy & Procedure