Are you worried about people who are
homeless this winter?

Homelessness is an emergency whatever the weather. The average age of death for a man who dies whilst homeless or in homelessness services is 47. For a woman, it is just 43.

But in winter and freezing weather, people are in even greater danger.

Whether you're looking to donate your time or make a financial gift, there are a number of ways you can help us end homelessness this winter and all year round.

Contact StreetLink

StreetLink urgently connects people experiencing homelessness with the local support and services available to them. Please use the StreetLink app or website to tell services where you have seen someone sleeping rough so they can get the help they need. 

Get in touch

Make a donation

Your gift could help to transform the life of someone experiencing homelessness by getting them off the streets, into the warm and on the road to recovery.


Campaign with us

Government action can end rough sleeping. But they must act now to make sure everyone has a home for good.

Join our campaign


Volunteers are an integral part of St Mungo’s. Seven days a week, 365 days a year they play a crucial role in helping our clients recover from homelessness. We are looking for people with a range of skills who can commit to helping us end homelessness and rebuild lives. 

Find out more

Become a game changer

Take on our latest challenge to help raise funds to support people who are homeless. Enjoy your own home comforts whilst gaming and help those less fortunate in this unforgiving winter period.

Sign up

Donate goods

We welcome non-financial gifts too; donated items in good condition can be a great help to those experiencing homelessness, and things like clean clothes and unused toiletries are much appreciated at this time of year.

Learn more