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St Mungo's 01
St Mungo's is primarily based in London.

St Mungo's 01

St Mungo's opens doors for homeless people. Mainly based in London and the South, they provide emergency shelter, support towards recovery and help to prevent rough sleeping. They help thousands of homeless people every year. Play this quiz to learn more.

1.
St Mungo’s offers services in which city?
Bristol
London
Oxford
All of the above
2.
In which year was the St Mungo’s charity started?
1919
1949
1969
1989
3.
In total, how many hostel beds are there available in London on any night for the homeless community?
6,877
13,592
16,686
21,785
4.
In 2009/2010 the St Mungo outreach team helped almost ....... people off the streets.
250 people
300 people
550 people
600 people
5.
Which of the following services do St Mungo’s offer to the homeless community?
Accommodation
Mental Health and substance use needs
Training and education
All of the above
6.
Why is the charity called St Mungo’s?
It was named after the hospital in Harry Potter
St Mungo is the patron saint of the homeless
The founder was called Mr Mungo
To enhance its reputation with the police in London
7.
Which famous people have visited St Mungo’s Hostels?
Duke of Kent
George Michael
Jeremy Paxman
All of the above
8.
In 2009/2010, how many people were counted as homeless in London?
256
708
2,147
3,673
9.
Where does the largest portion of St Mungo’s income come from?
Bank loans
Fundraising
Government funding
Rent
10.
In 2009/2010, St Mungo’s provided accommodation for ....... homeless people every night.
650 people
700 people
1,400 people
1,600 people
Visit www.mungos.org Why not get involved in our Woolly Hat Day taking place on November 4th 2011. See www.woollyhatday.org Many thanks to Mr Russell Benson.
Author:  Andy Lawson

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