We are very grateful to all our supporters. They help us raise awareness about the problems homeless people face through their high profile in society, the arts and the media, generously giving their time and public support to our work.
Find out how you can help us provide emergency accommodation, support towards recovery and prevent rough sleeping for homeless people.
St Mungo's is proud to announce that His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent is the charity's first Patron. The Duke recently visited our Endsleigh Gardens project, where His Royal Highness met with clients from Bricks & Mortar and spoke with construction skills tutor, John Gani.
Ed very kindly posed for us in an array of hats for our very first Woolly Hat Day in 2010; Ed says: "Use your head and put a hat on to show your support for the ground breaking work that St Mungo's does for our homeless population."
"I first became aware of St Mungo's when I was a teenager and have seen it grow to the remarkable organisation it is today. St Mungo's has helped thousands of people turn their lives around and given them hope and a future. It is a privilege to be asked to read at their carol concert, and I passionately support their projects."
Martin got involved with our Woolly Hat Day in 2010 and said:"Homelessness should be completely unacceptable in the UK. Show your support for homeless people and the work of St Mungo's by putting your hat on and passing it around to raise some cash for Woolly Hat Day."
Phyllida Law has appeared extensively on screen and on stage, is mother to actresses Emma and Sophie Thompson and recently became an author with "Notes to my Mother-in-Law". "As a Wandering Celt from Glasgow I am humbled to discover that St Mungo's is not just a familiar name but an organisation with a huge heart."
We asked national treasure Griff Rhys Jones what "Home Is..." to him and he responded "Home is... still the place where my children come when they want something...where I can make my mistakes in private...and raid a fridge..."
Tom supported us by donating the royalties of hit bestselling novel Child 44 to St Mungo's. He also read us a wonderful winter tale at the Carol Concert, penned especially for the occasion: "A wonderful evening, blending traditional carols with very moving poetry and real life stories, underpinned with a sense of optimism and hope."
Levi brought a touch of Caribbean spice to St Mungo's catering training programme for homeless people in November when he met with homeless men and women on the St Mungo's Can Cook Will Cook catering training programme, enjoying some of his own recipes and taking a tour of the charity's hostel in Camden
"In a world in which the gap between rich and poor has become ever more pronounced, and where so many have lost jobs, security, homes and direction, St Mungo's offers its clients the chance to begin again. It does much more than offer very necessary shelter - it treats its clients with dignity and respect, helps them to realise their potential, and to begin the complex journey back to the reclamation of their own lives"