Jennean Alkadiri

School’s out for summer!

July 18, 2014 :: 10.30am
reading matters

The summer term is coming to an end – for schools, universities and for our own Recovery Colleges in London and Bristol. As part of our Reading Matters campaign, we talked about learning experiences with some of our clients, staff, and with input from some high school students in Hammersmith, west London. Campaigns Manager Jennean Alkadiri explains. Read More »

Posted in Guest blogs, Real life stories
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Woolly Hat Day 2015 – six months to go!

It’s hot and sunny outside and people’s thoughts are turning to ice cream and summer holidays. At St Mungo’s Broadway, however, we’re already planning for when the weather gets colder. In January we hold our annual Woolly Hat Day, where we ask people to raise awareness and funds to help homeless people move on in [...] Read more

Jul 15th | Alice Eastwood | Events, Support

The end of local welfare provision?

Local welfare provision schemes, run by local councils and funded by central Government, are frequently used by our residents to buy some essentials as they move on in their lives. Dan Dumoulin, senior policy officer, explains more. Read more

Jul 11th | Dan Dumoulin | Support
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How football is giving homeless people a second chance

England may be out of the World Cup but Dan Bell, Media Officer, went to meet some people who are finding ‘the beautiful game’ is helping them achieve their own goals. Read more

Jul 1st | Dan Bell | Events, Real life stories

St Mungo’s Broadway LGBT*Q+ What’s in a name?

Our LGBT group has changed its name to better reflect the diversity of its members and the wider community. As the group looks forward to taking part in Pride celebrations in London and Bristol, Gayle Jones, Co-Chair, explains.  Read more

Jun 26th | Hannah Eiseman | Support
Varrel planting some new beds at White Grounds Estate. PDR Gardener Trainer Ian Kavanagh is in the background.

Putting Down Roots

We are delighted that for the third time running, the Finnis Scott Foundation has made a generous donation towards our Putting Down Roots (PDR) gardener training programme for homeless people. Kate Smith, Trust Fundraising Officer, explains why. Read more

Jun 24th | Kate Smith | Hostels, shelters & projects, Real life stories, Support, Volunteering
Action Week 2014 Parliamentary

Reading, writing and counting to keep a roof over your head

Howard Sinclair became Chief Executive of newly merged St Mungo’s Broadway on 1 April. Two months in, he’s learning on the job. Read more

Jun 19th | Howard Sinclair | Campaigns, Events, Key people
Action week 2014 - reading counts

“My enjoyment of going to literacy classes has grown and grown”

Half of homeless people lack the necessary literacy skills for everyday life. This is the key finding of our new report, Reading Counts, which is published today. This week is our annual Action Week and we are calling for action on skills. Here Luke, one of our clients, explains in his own words how he mastered [...] Read more

Jun 16th | Luke | Campaigns, Key posts, Real life stories, Support

Homeless adults need better support for literacy and numeracy skills

The Work Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation and independent authority providing advice, consultancy and research on the future of work, and improving the quality of working life. Foundation Researcher Katy Jones helped interview 30 clients as part of a new report to be launched next Monday, to mark our Action Week on homelessness and skills. Read more

Jun 11th | Katy Jones | Campaigns, Events, Real life stories
Study exchange to women's homelessness services in the USA

Exhausted, inspired and determined to do more

Esther Sample, our Women’s Strategy Implementation Manager, took part in an innovative study exchange to see how homelessness services operate in the USA. In the second of a series about the exchange, she looks at women’s homelessness services. Read more

Jun 5th | Esther Sample | Events, Guest blogs

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