Monthly Archives: September 2014

Ronnie Goodman and artwork

Ronnie Goodman, a lesson in nurturing talent

Viv Griffiths, Team Leader at StreetLink, took part in an innovative study trip this year, funded by the London Housing Foundation (LHF), to learn more about how homelessness services operate in the United States. In the third of a series about the trip, she writes about the power of running and art to improve people’s wellbeing.  Read more

Sep 19th | Viv Griffiths | Guest blogs, Real life stories
Man and woman looking at papers

What’s in a legacy?

At St Mungo’s Broadway we are fortunate that some of our supporters choose to leave us a gift in their Will. Chief Executive Howard Sinclair writes about the difference these gifts make and the importance of ensuring we use them in the best way we can.  Read more

Sep 10th | Howard Sinclair | Key people, Support
Man reading a book, smiling

“To me, a book has always been the best companion”

On International Literacy Day, 8 September, St Mungo’s Broadway is delighted to be opening a new library for clients in its Recovery College.  The library includes a fantastic selection of books recommended by supporters of our recent Reading Matters campaign.  What better time to hear thoughts from our clients and volunteers about what reading means […] Read more

Sep 5th | Rachel Fox | Campaigns, Guest blogs, Real life stories
Cake in the style of sewing kit

Woolly Hat Day – fitting in your fundraising at work

Woolly Hat Day is all about putting your hats on, having fun and raising money for homeless people. It is designed to be a simple and easy way for schools, community groups and workplaces to raise vital funds for our life changing work with homeless people.  Alice Eastwood explains how the Royal Opera House put […] Read more

Sep 4th | Alice Eastwood | Events, Support, Uncategorized

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