Image: Rough Sleeper

Leave a gift in your will

By leaving a gift in your will to St Mungo’s you will help us to transform the lives of people sleeping rough or at risk of homelessness, as well as safeguarding our services for the future.

After looking after family and friends, please consider leaving a gift in your will to St Mungo’s.

Get your free wills guide
Image: Rough Sleeper

Leave a gift in your will

Every night, St Mungo’s offers a bed and support to more than 2,850 people in need.

By leaving a gift in your will to St Mungo’s you will help us to transform the lives of people sleeping rough or at risk of homelessness, as well as safeguarding our services for the future.

After looking after family and friends, please consider leaving a gift in your will to St Mungo’s.

Get your free wills guide
Image: Shineze

Shineze's story

Shineze, a client of St Mungo's, found herself on the streets after a family breakdown.  She lived in a number of hostels, usually mixed in gender, but was never able to settle.

Then she found St. Mungo's and moved into one of our women only services, where she feels supported, understood and listened to. Shineze feels that if it wasn't for St Mungo's, she could still be on the streets today.

"If it wasn't for St Mungo's I would still be on the streets today."

Watch Shineze's story
Image: Virginia, gift in wills supporter

How can I leave a gift in my will?

Whether it is a percentage of your estate, a fixed sum of money or a special item, we are extremely grateful for each and every gift, large or small. When you’re ready to make or update your will, the essential information you will need is our address and registered charity number:

St Mungo's Community Housing Association, 3 Thomas More Square, Tower Hill, London E1W 1YW

Registered charity number: 114085

Get your free wills guide
Image: CarrieAnn, St Mungo's client

Write your will for free

St Mungo’s are delighted to offer you a will writing service with one of our partners that enables you to update or make your will for free, online, or by speaking to a local solicitor.

Due to the recent Coronavirus outbreak, local solicitors will organise a meeting over the telephone instead of face to face.

Sign up for your free will