Donate in memory

Giving in memory of your loved one or friend is such a special way to celebrate their life while also helping people experiencing homelessness.

We are always grateful for these donations and would like to thank you for thinking of donating to St Mungo's.

Your kind donation will allow us to continue providing essential services to those experiencing homelessness including:

  • helping people improve their health
  • supporting people to learn new skills
  • helping them to rebuild their confidence.

We know that with the right support, people can and do, recover from homelessness.

Robert's story

“Robert seemed finally happy after the help he received from St Mungo’s, that’s why I wanted to do something positive in his memory” – Sue Pike, Robert’s Mother

Robert suffered with mental health issues throughout his life. His family and friends tried to help him, however with his mental health deteriorating and family difficulties, he ended up on the streets. It wasn't until St Mungo's found him that he was able to get the help he so desperately needed and start to re-build his life. Sue stayed in touch and supported Robert while at St Mungo’s, and when he unfortunately passed away she decided to honour his memory and fundraise to help others like Robert.

If you have any questions about our work or about In Memory giving, feel free to give Katie Wimpenny, Legacy and In Memory Coordinator a call on 020 3856 6376 or email her at

If you'd like to donate in memory you can:

  • Make an online donation in memory of someone special.
  • Arrange a funeral collection. We have collection envelopes available. 
  • Give via post. Please make cheques payable to St Mungo's, including your details and the details of the person you are remembering. You can send them to:

St Mungo's,
3 Thomas More Square
Tower Hill, London

Create an In Memory page - your personal In Memory Fund helps you to remember and celebrate the life of your loved one, while also raising vital funds, helping homeless people rebuild their lives. On your special page, you can share pictures, music and videos, and invite family and friends to do the same.

If you have any questions about our work or about In Memory giving, feel free to give us a call on 020 3856 6376 or email us at

You may wish to request donations in your memory, please call us to find out more. We recommend that you inform the executors of your Will using our in memory form.