Monthly Archives: December 2013


Our Top Ten Videos of 2013

It’s Review of the Year time so Hannah Eiseman has taken a look back at our Top Top Ten video clips from 2013 – with our thanks to those who made or featured in them. View all our videos on Youtube. Rebuilding Shattered Lives – getting the right help for women at the right time […] Read more

Dec 31st | Hannah Eiseman | Uncategorized

“I am reminded this is no ordinary job”

Russell Benson coordinates our Community and Events team, helping schools, students, faith groups and others to fundraise for us. Certain supporters stand out, however. Here Russell explains why one letter meant a lot to him and the team this Christmas. Read more

Dec 31st | Russell Benson | Guest blogs
Rhys Ifans as Danny in Protest Song_credit Kwame Lestrade

Protest Song – “A play for our times”

A new National Theatre production has just opened at The Shed on the South Bank (16 Dec to 11 Jan). Called Protest Song, it is written by Tim Price and stars Rhys Ifans. Gordon Chaston is a member of St Mungo’s client representative group, Outside In, and also a member of Occupy, the protest movement […] Read more

Dec 20th | Dipika Kulkarni | Guest blogs
Two workers talk to a man rough sleeping

“I don’t think it is overstating it to say I owe my life to them”

St Mungo’s outreach teams work all year round. But when it’s cold, their work is potentially life saving. Here’s what one 34 year old man, one of our former Reading clients, wrote about how our Reading team helped him last winter and how he’s rebuilding his life. Read more

Dec 5th | Dipika Kulkarni | Hostels, shelters & projects, Real life stories

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