Make it someone's last night on the street this winter

Rough sleeping and homelessness are always dangerous and often lonely. As it gets colder, it can be life threatening. But you can help us make it someone’s last night on the streets.

Seen someone sleeping rough?

StreetLink urgently connects people experiencing homelessness with the local support and services available to them.

Use the StreetLink website below, to tell services where you have seen someone sleeping rough so they can get the help they need.

If someone needs urgent medical care, always call 999.

Donate now

Without help, rough sleeping severely shortens lives. And in extreme weather, it can kill.

That is why it is vital we are here, 365 days a year. Meeting people sleeping rough and finding them a bed. In hostels. Running emergency accommodation. Giving people the time and space to recover, when they need it most.

Will you help St Mungo’s make tonight someone’s last night on the streets?

Corporate support

If your company would like to support St Mungo’s have a look through our festive fundraising pack for some inspiration. We’d love to hear what you’re up to. Please get in touch at

Volunteer your time

Volunteers play a vital role in making it someone’s last night on the streets, and helping people recover from homelessness.

If you have some time and want to help, please get in touch. The experience, skills and knowledge you bring will make a real difference to the lives of people we work with.

Get involved

There’s lots of different ways you can get involved and fundraise for us to help make it someone’s last night on the streets this winter.

Whether you join one of our bucket collections or organise your own, hold a festive fundraising event or take part in our winter walk – your support can make sure more people have their last night on the streets – and their first night of a new life.

Donate by phone

Call us on 020 8600 3000

Lines are open between 9am-5pm Monday – Friday. 

Together we can help end homelessness

people were supported by our outreach teams in 2021-22
people supported by us in 2021/22 who were homeless or at risk of homelessness

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