Monthly Archives: October 2011

Rough sleeping

Battered, broken, bereft – why people are still sleeping rough

We’re launching a new report today in the Houses of Parliament. We asked outreach workers across the country to tell us who’s still sleeping rough in their area, and we also asked our own clients about the problems that led to them sleeping rough. Our supporter Jeremy Paxman agreed to write the foreword. Here are […] Read more

Oct 31st | Jeremy Paxman | Guest blogs, Key posts
Ali fundraising

The sky’s the limit for Ali’s greatest summer

Former client Ali now volunteers with St Mungo’s Peer Advice Link service. This summer he’s been  an amazing supporter of our fundraising challenges. First he completed a 500 ft abseil and then he and his girlfriend completed a tandem skydive each. Read more about the experience in his own words. Read more

Oct 25th | Ali | Events, Guest blogs, Support
Taylor Wessing bake off

Top baker awarded at the 2011 Taylor Wessing Bake Off

Leading international law firm, Taylor Wessing has been working with St Mungo’s for a number of years now, most recently supporting our award winning project The Lodge. They have also been involved in supporting us through volunteering, helping us deliver services to our clients and, of course, in raising much needed funds. Read more

Oct 18th | Team | Hostels, shelters & projects, Support

St Mungo’s Woolly Hat Day – 4 November 2011

With only four weeks to go until St Mungo’s Woolly Hat Day, Kathryn Lacy, Regional Fundraising Coordinator, explains more about the day and some wonderful support we’ve had so far. What amazing weather – sunbathing in September! Despite the recent record-breaking temperatures, however, it looks like we’re heading back to a more regular Autumn pretty soon – […] Read more

Oct 5th | Kathryn Lacy | Events, Support

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