Tag: charity fundraising


Party Conference agendas should include homelessness

This party conference season we are asking politicians to make good on their commitments to end homelessness Our Policy, Public Affairs and Research Manager, Beatrice Orchard, explains what’s on the agenda for St Mungo’s Broadway at the Labour and Conservative Party conferences. This week Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of the Labour Party, said he […] Read more

Oct 1st | Bea Orchard | Campaigns

What inspires Jen to run for us?

Jennifer Cirone, our Children and Families Support Advisor, is running the Virgin London Marathon for us on 26 April. She explains how important she finds encouragement, both in her running and her work with clients. Read more

Mar 31st | Jennifer Cirone | Events, Guest blogs, Key people
Clients on Woolly Hat Day

Woolly Hat Day – we did it!

Woolly Hat Day 2015 had a record breaking number of participants. Emma Latham, our Assistant Head of Major Gifts, explains what made it so successful and how our supporters got into the spirit across the country. Read more

Feb 6th | Emma Latham | Key posts, Support
Woolly Hat Day eggs

Hats off to our supporters

Tomorrow is our annual Woolly Hat Day. Our CEO Howard Sinclair talks about why he hopes orange hats will be worn across the country. Read more

Jan 29th | Howard Sinclair | Events, Key people, Volunteering

Russell’s Christmas message

From abseilers to beard growers, in the UK and abroad, Russell Benson, our Community and Events Coordinator, reflects on our dedicated supporters who have fundraised for us in 2014. Read more

Dec 18th | Russell Benson | Uncategorized
Casper abseiling down Senate House

Abseiling down Senate House

Casper is one of 130 brave fundraisers who took part in the Senate House Library abseil a couple of weeks ago to raise awareness and money for St Mungo’s Broadway. We asked him to tell us about his experience, what he enjoyed most about it and for any fundraising tips he could share. Thank you Casper… […] Read more

Oct 23rd | Casper Wichmann | Guest blogs, Volunteering
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
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
Scott skydive

Only skydivers know why the birds sing

Earlier this month, Scott, who has a lifelong fear of heights, took the plunge at 10,000 feet to raise money for St Mungo’s. He talks about overcoming his fear for a cause close to his heart. Read more

Oct 25th | Scott Bradbury | Events

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