Charitable trusts and foundations play a crucial role in our work to end homelessness and rebuild lives. From our emergency outreach work, to our education and employment programmes, your support can help people at every stage of revovery.
To find out more about St Mungo’s and the impact of our work, please see our most recent annual review. To talk to us about how a grant from your charitable trust or foundation could make a difference, please get in touch with Eleanor Blanning.
We understand that you may wish to make a gift towards a specific area of our work that aligns with your charitable objectives, and are committed to helping you make a meaningful impact on the lives of people affected by homelessness.
With any gift from a trust or foundation, we will provide:
With a multi-year gift, you will be committing to supporting a project over a number of years, helping to provide stability for our clients as they progress through their recoveries.
To find out more about the difference a multi-year pledge could make, or about the type of work your grant could support, please contact our Trusts and Grants team.
We are grateful to work in partnership with several visionary philanthropists and charitable funders.
For an extensive list of those we work with, please see our latest annual review.
We rely on voluntary gifts from charitable trusts and foundations to sustain many of the important services we offer for people experiencing and recovering from homelessness.
From providing emergency outreach to help people away from the dangers of rough sleeping, to providing education, skills and employment services which can help them sustain a life away from homelessness, your gift can make a real difference.
Rough sleeping is the most visible form of homelessness, and the most dangerous. By supporting our outreach work, you can ensure that people sleeping rough are helped off the streets and into safe accommodation.
The Digital Recovery College is an inclusive learning, training and employment service which aims to give people the skills and confidence they need to find meaningful occupation, live independently and, ultimately, to leave homelessness behind for good.
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