Monthly Archives: August 2013

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Home at the National Theatre – a review

Home, a play created by Nadia Fall, now showing at the National Theatre, looks at life in a fictional East London hostel for homeless young people. Our Trust Fundraising Officer, Lily, went along to see the play. Read more

Aug 30th | Lily Brandhorst | Guest blogs
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My half-marathon mission: how I raised funds for St Mungo’s

Sign up now to take part in next month’s Ealing Half Marathon (29 September) and help raise funds to support homeless people. Last year, our supporter Gillian White, smashed her fundraising target of £395 to raise an epic £1,300 by completing the Royal Parks Half Marathon. Here, she tells us about how she prepared for the challenge […] Read more

Aug 15th | Gillian White | Uncategorized
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Congratulations to our football stars!

With the Homeless World Cup set to kick off in Poznan, Poland, on Sunday (11-18 August), we’re delighted that four of our clients have made it into the Homeless FA’s Team England squad. Joanne McCabe, our press office volunteer, explains more. The Homeless FA has unveiled its Team England squad for 2013 and this year […] Read more

Aug 9th | Joanne McCabe | Uncategorized
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Tackling health inequalities

Do people who are homeless use primary health care services more, or less, than the average person? Anna Page, Policy and Public Affairs Manager at St Mungo’s, says better knowledge about how homeless people use such services is key to ensuring treatment and resources have the best impact. Read more

Aug 1st | Anna Page | Uncategorized

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