Join the St Mungo’s Bath Half #HomeTeam to help end homelessness and rebuild lives.

St Mungo’s is committed to ending homelessness and helping men and women rebuild their lives. We run over 300 projects across the south and south west of England and provide housing and support for 2,850 people each night. But our work doesn’t stop there.

Our Mulberry House & Mews service in Bath is focused on providing a place to call home for 13 people with diagnosed, severe and enduring mental health problems. By providing support, training and skills development through social enterprise, our vision is to help our residents fulfil their hopes and ambitions.

St Mungo’s also provides emergency services to people sleeping rough, as well as services offering physical and mental support to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

You can help too by running for St Mungo’s in this year’s Bath Half by raising valuable funds to help keep our services going and raising awareness of our cause.

When signing up for a St Mungo’s #HomeTeam charity place you will receive:

– A fabulous orange technical St Mungo’s running vest, like the ones pictured above

-A fundraising pack and support to help you reach your fundraising target

-Opportunity to visit a St Mungo’s project and see the frontline work we do

-A big cheer on the day and refreshments before the race

-Satisfaction in the knowledge you are helping some of the most vulnerable people in our community

Already signed up to run with your own place and want to support St Mungo’s?  We would love to have you part of the #HomeTeam! 

Simply follow the registration process and choose the ‘Own Place’ entry option.  You will receive all the same support as you would if you had a charity place.  No minimum sponsorship required.

For more information please email [email protected] or call Will Potter on 020 3856 6230.

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Bath Half Fundraising History 

St Mungo’s has now been an official charity partner of the Bath Half Marathon for 10 years and in this time have raised a total figure of £35,900 from fundraising at this event.