Tag: Homelessness at Christmas


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
Patrick at our carol concert

“I wish to be someone’s hero”

Patrick has been with us for nine months and is a member of our client involvement group Outside In, aiming to improve our services through lending his skills and talents to make sure that client voices are represented. At our Christmas carol concert, he read a speech and quotation about his experience of homelessness and how […] Read more

Dec 10th | Patrick | Guest blogs, Key people, Real life stories
Volunteers speaking

Giving your time to support homeless people

Around 500 volunteers gave over 82,700 hours of their time to help us provide our services last year. Iver Morgan, Head of our Volunteer Services, explains some of our current volunteer opportunities where we’re looking for people’s support. Read more

Oct 24th | Iver Morgan | Guest blogs, Volunteering
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
St Mungo's clients sitting at a table drinking tea

A family story at Christmas

Christmas can be a time of mixed emotions for our clients. Some may be in touch with their families, others may not. Here’s one story a project manager shared with us this month about connecting a resident with his family. Best wishes to everyone over this holiday season. Read more

Dec 21st | Gemma Hollingshead | Hostels, shelters & projects, Real life stories
Help give a dog a home this Christmas

Help change a homeless person’s life this Christmas

For many of us, Christmas is a time for friends and family, yet there are still far too many people for whom it is the coldest and loneliest time of year. Read more

Nov 29th | Team | Events, Support

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