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In the news
- Charles Fraser, Chief Executive of St Mungo's, profiled in Society Guardian
- Our joint report on The Work Programme in
- Our women's hostel manager, Jude McKee, on
- Our Recovery College on and on
- Our Painting and Decorating programme in The Guardian
Most recent press releases:
26 Nov '13
St Mungo's and Caterplus training proves a recipe for success
Eight St Mungo's clients have successfully completed a ten week catering training course as part of improving their skills and work potential.
20 Nov '13
MPs hear how StreetMed is helping homeless people
Jamie Reed MP and Debbie Abrahams MP, members of the Shadow Health team, have visited St Mungo’s StreetMed health service in South London.
29 Oct '13
Award for Inspirational Team Member
Richard Kilmartin, St Mungo’s Housing Advice Worker in Harrow, London, has won the London Probation Trust’s Inspirational Team Member award for 2013.
18 Oct '13
Put your hats on and help homeless people get ahead!
St Mungo’s is calling on hat lovers up and down the country to show their support for homeless people by taking part in Woolly Hat Day on Friday 31 January 2014.
17 Oct '13
Recovery College commended for innovation award
St Mungo's Recovery College has been commended in the Andy Ludlow Homelessness Awards, an annual celebration of innovation and good practice among organisations tackling homelessness in London.
09 Oct '13
New London-wide network to help homeless with hospital aftercare
Councils across the capital are working with St Mungo’s and Homeless Healthcare CIC to create the first London-wide Homeless Hospital Discharge Network to help London’s homeless people who need nursing help after leaving hospital.
16 Sep '13
Mayor of Bath opens new green gym
The Mayor of Bath, Councillor Malcolm Lees, has opened a purpose-built green gym at Mulberry House and Mews.
15 Sep '13
St Mungo’s CEO to stand down in April
Charles Fraser, Chief Executive of St Mungo’s, has announced that he is to leave in April 2014 after nearly 20 years in the role. Mr Fraser joined St Mungo's as a hostel worker in 1980, becoming CEO in 1994.
13 Sep '13
Helping homeless women back into work
Eight out of ten of St Mungo’s women clients want to get into work but almost a half have not been in work in the last five years. St Mungo’s has launched the latest theme of its Rebuilding Shattered Lives campaign which aims to get the right help to women at the right time.
06 Sep '13
New funding boost will “help transform” hospital aftercare for homeless people
St Mungo’s has strongly welcomed the news that its proposal to create a London Homeless Hospital Discharge Network for homeless people has received more than £3.6m funding from the Department of Health.