Monthly Archives: December 2011

Gemma from Warner Bros decorating the tree at Endsleigh Gardens

Warner Bros bring some festive cheer to residents this Christmas

A team of colleagues from Warner Bros recently visited our Euston hostel Endsleigh Gardens to deliver their gifts to residents and spread some festive cheer.  Gemma Devitt writes about their day. Christmas Cheer Christmas cheer came to St Mungo’s last week when my colleagues and I erected a huge Christmas tree in the canteen area of St […] Read more

Dec 23rd | Team | Guest blogs, Hostels, shelters & projects, Support
St Bride's Choir singing at St Mungo's Carol concert

A tale of two Christmases

Our Christmas Carol Concert was an opportunity for clients, staff and supporters to come together to sing and listen to each other. One of those who read at the Concert at St Bride’s Church, London, was Alexia Murphy, St Mungo’s Director of New Business. Here’s a shortened version of the reading she gave. This year […] Read more

Dec 22nd | Alexia Murphy | Guest blogs, Hostels, shelters & projects, Key people, Real life stories
Juliet Stevenson at St Mungo's Carol Concert

St Mungo’s Carol Concert

250 supporters attended St Mungo’s Christmas Carol Concert on Tuesday evening at St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street in the presence of our Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Kent, KG. Readings at the concert were delivered by the actress and St Mungo’s supporter Juliet Stevenson, St Mungo’s clients Lenny and Carol with music written and played […] Read more

Dec 22nd | Russell Benson | Events, News
A client using the Voicemail4All service

Keeping in touch with family

Most of us are fortunate to have some family and be able to keep in contact with them. But family relationships can be difficult, as can maintaining contact. VoiceMail4All offers free voicemail numbers to anyone who does not have a permanent place to stay and who does not have their own reliable telephone number. Laura […] Read more

Dec 1st | Gemma Hollingshead | Hostels, shelters & projects, Support

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