Fathers Against Violence are looking for positive male mentors that can offer guidance and support to young males in need of vital help. You will be trained and equipped with the skills needed to help these young men succeed and go on to achieve a positive destination in life.
Fathers Against Violence CIC are relaunching their Fathers support service. The new program is called Fathers are Vital and is aimed at addressing the issues men face as fathers.
Refugee Action is pleased to announce the launch of its new Frontline Immigration Advice Project. This project aims to support organisations providing frontline services to migrants to cope with a beneficiary demand for immigration advice where legal aid is not available or accessible.
The Manchester Sports Awards recognise the hard work and achievements of local volunteers, coaches, and athletes who have made an impact in their particular field. Have you been inspired by an athlete’s achievements? Has your club had an amazing year? Has your coach or teacher gone the extra mile? Has a volunteer made a difference?
Do you live in the South Manchester areas of Burnage, Chorlton, Didsbury, Fallowfield, Northenden or Withington? Do you know of individuals or families that are experiencing financial hardship, isolation, sickness or disability and could benefit from a food parcel? If yes, Reach Out to the Community can help you.
Europia would like your help in choosing their new logo.
Do you realise that the result of the EU Referendum will be announced in Manchester? Must admit, that one had passed me by in the midst of a lot of noise which is supposedly the national debate. Campaigning has only just officially started but of course it’s been going on for months if not years already. There’s a lot of media coverage about the political positioning and opinions being hurled back and forth in speeches. There are fairly regular “sector” positions reported in the media too on both sides – particularly the voice of business leaders.
Awaaz Community Project in collaboration with SKT Welfare are collecting essential life saving food items for the refugees in Syria.
54.3 percent of the population lives in extreme poverty, without adequate access to food. Many citizens face hunger, malnutrition, and starvation. Your support is needed to make a difference to their lives.
SKT Welfare operates a 100% donation policy. In one of their recent projects SKT Welfare distributed over 16,648 food parcels in Damascus and Northern Syria. Your donations will benefit the children and poor people of Syria.
This year the BBC will be encouraging audiences to Do Something Great and discover their ‘inner volunteer’.
With a wealth of inspiring and heart-warming programmes across TV and radio, and a bespoke online quiz to help people discover their perfect volunteering match, the BBC will be putting people and charities in touch, to help each other.
"The Sunday Assembly was started by Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans, two comedians who were on the way to a gig in Bath when they discovered they both wanted to do something that was like church but totally secular and inclusive of all - no matter what they believed.
The first ever Sunday Assembly meeting took place on 6 January 2013 at The Nave in Islington. Almost 200 people turned up at the first meeting, 300 at the second and soon people all over the world asked to start one.