Ending homelessness, rebuilding lives

Faith fundraising

Come together with your congregation to fundraise and help support people experiencing homelessness. 

How can faith groups support us?


  • Make us your chosen charity partner for a year, organising collections and fundraising events on key dates
  • Have a St Mungo’s collection tin in your place of worship or host a collection in your local community 
  • Hold a charity coffee morning for members of your congregation after your service  
  • Host a community jumble sale in your church hall or event space 
  • Have a Christmas carol singing concert and collect for St Mungo’s

How we'll support you

When you support St Mungo’s , you’ll get:

  • Your fundraising pack and lots of resources in our fundraiser hub to help you organise fundraising activities
  • Support via email or phone by our dedicated fundraising team
  • Opportunity to have a St Mungo’s speaker at your service, to speak to your group about homelessness and our work
  • Fundraising materials such as leaflets, magazines and collection tins.

Any questions? Contact us on fundraise@mungos.org

St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate

“Here at St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate homeless is very much present. We have a homeless community which meets in our churchyard, and we provide a place of sanctuary, shelter and safety in the church for those in need. We regularly nominate St Mungo’s as our chosen charity for collections at St Botolph’s, and hope to initiate awareness and fundraising events again once Covid guidelines permit. I would encourage any organisation to offer whatever support they can to this caring and practical organisation.”

Fr David Armstrong, St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate

£25 could pay for someone to get a health check
£50 could fund a counselling session for a client
£100 could buy resources for our Recovery Colleges

Resource Library