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St Mungo Community Housing Association

What it does
    St Mungo's began helping people sleeping rough off the streets of London in 1969. Over the years we have extended our work beyond emergency help, to prevention of homelessness and promotion of recovery. We now help thousands of people across the South of England rebuild their lives day by day through housing, health and skills initiatives.
Who works here
  • 1351 employees and 800 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • Education/training
  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
  • Accommodation/housing
Where it operates
  • Throughout England
Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £89,715,000 £85,667,000 £4,048,000 2 1351 800 21/01/2019
31/03/2017 £86,536,000 £84,486,000 £2,050,000 £13,612,000 1 1357 912 16/11/2017
31/03/2016 £82,874,000 £88,780,000 -£5,906,000 £11,686,000 1 1368 830 22/12/2016
31/03/2015 £69,134,000 £68,261,000 £873,000 £22,008,000 1 1440 800 22/12/2015
31/03/2014 £53,832,000 £53,175,000 £657,000 £21,135,000 2 1131 435 28/10/2014
31/03/2013 £49,120,000 £47,869,000 £1,251,000 £20,478,000 3 984 450 13/01/2014
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 9 grant making charities totalling £92,887,168

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£50,000
31/05/2018
Garfield Weston Foundation Westminster SOS: responding to the challenges of rough sleeping in Westminster
£100,000
31/03/2018
London Borough of Southwark Community Safety grant from the Housing & Modernisation department for Integrated offender management
£62,500
30/04/2017
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the donor towards supporting homeless or at risk people across London and the South.
£102,000
31/03/2017
London Borough of Southwark Community Safety grant from the Childrens & Adults Services department
£1,005,512
31/01/2017
London Councils St Mungo will deliver a Pan London Housing, Advice, Resettlement and Prevention (HARP) service to people who are or are at risk of homelessness, providing holistic intervention. Proposed activities: o A through-the-gate service, enabling people access to intervention and housing, promoting a smooth transition into communities. o A service which is flexible to the demand of need 'making each contact count', allocating specialist workers in each region who will work and receive referrals from probation/CRCs, local authorities, GPs and prisons in that region. o A Central Hub providing access to intervention for people through self-referral route o A Help-line for outside London Prisons and probation/CRCs discharging people returning to London. o Specialist intervention, advocacy and housing promoting the well-being and interests of individuals with protected characteristics, No recourse to public funds and complex needs inclusive of mental health and substance use. o A catalogue of services and private landlords within each borough to support better outcomes. o An emergency discretionary access fund to purchase small essential needs led resources for our clients, instigated by the project workers (such as fees relating to access to birth certificates, travel etc.) o Promotion of education, employment and volunteering, inclusive of peer volunteering opportunities. Proposed outcomes: o People housed, engaged in positive intervention and activities; sustaining their tenures in a safe environment.
£2,500
31/10/2016
Quartet Community Foundation For salary costs for a member of staff to take the Charter to groups in B&NES working in mental health.
£62,500
31/08/2016
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the donor towards supporting homeless or at risk people across London and the South.
£450,100
31/07/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund The housing association will build on its successful pilot project working with homeless people from the Horn of Africa in the organisations hostel’s located in Lambeth, Southwark and Wandsworth to improve their life skills and health in order to rebuild their lives. This will include workshops four days per week in English, maths and ICT as well as therapeutic and arts based activities to improve mental and physical wellbeing.
£346,026
30/06/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund This project will support vulnerable adults from African minority groups, helping improve life chances and reduce homelessness through addressing multiple issues people face. As well as access to facilities like showering, laundry and medical specialists at the group’s Broadway Centre, information will be available on health and social services, with referrals to more intensive services. There will be workshops on topics like mental and physical health, and peer support to meet others with lived experience.
£135,000
30/06/2016
City Bridge Trust £135,000 over three years (£45,000; £45,000; £45,000) to fund the salary of a FTE psychotherapist post for the delivery of the LifeWorks programme.
£800,000
31/05/2016
Greater London Authority Middle Street: Lodge 2 Scheme is for rough sleepers referred outreach teams
£102,000
31/03/2016
London Borough of Southwark Community Safety grant from the Childrens & Adults Services department
£32,500,000
01/12/2015
People who are homeless
£123,370
31/05/2015
National Lottery Heritage Fund Horn of Africa Health and Wellbeing Project.
£245,660
21/10/2014
National Lottery Heritage Fund Not Available
£56,800,000
21/02/2013
People who are homeless
Governance
Trustees (13)
Main office

St Mungo's
5th Floor
3 Thomas More Square
London
E1W 1YW

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1149085
  • First registered on 24/09/2012
Objectives

THE OBJECTS OF THE ASSOCIATION (THE "OBJECTS") ARE FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT:- THE PROVISION OF TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT HOUSING, AND OF SUPPORT AND CARE, FOR THE RELIEF OF POOR, AGED, DISABLED, HANDICAPPED OR CHRONICALLY SICK PEOPLE; AND OF SERVICES WHICH PREVENT PEOPLE FROM BECOMING HOMELESS, WHICH ALLEVIATE HOMELESSNESS AND WHICH ASSIST PEOPLE TO RECOVER FROM HOMELESSNESS. ANY OTHER EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE PURPOSE ACCORDING TO THE LAW OF ENGLAND & WALES AS THE TRUSTEES IN THEIR ABSOLUTE DISCRETION FROM TIME TO TIME DETERMINE PROVIDED SUCH PURPOSE CAN BE CARRIED OUT BY A CHARITY REGISTERED AS A PROVIDER OF SOCIAL HOUSING WITH THE REGULATOR.