Tree of Hope are the crowdfunding charity of choice helping children and young people with a disability or illness by supporting their families to raise funds for specialist care that is not freely available to them via the UK healthcare system. Tree of Hope give access to corporate donations, GiftAid, potential grants from Trusts and Foundations and most importantly provide reassurance to donors.
Age UK Manchester have volunteer opportunities to assist in their volunteer led community café and also in their day centre working with older people. Crossacres area of Wythenshawe. Monday – Friday hours available, full training and DBS given.
Human Appeal is a faith-based charity inspired by Islamic values. Human Appeal started in a small flat in Manchester in 1991 and this year they have worked in 24 countries around the world. Human Appeal aim is to abolish poverty by providing humanitarian aid, sustainable development programs and championing advocacy for their beneficiaries worldwide.
With over 5 million elderly people living on their own, and 50% citing television as their main source of company, loneliness is an ever-present problem within our community (Campaign To End Loneliness).
An ex-miners washhouse turned community arts and music venue in Moston is looking for people to get involved in all aspects of the organisation. From creative folks who can dream up and run projects, friendly faces to serve brews to the lovely folk who visit, to trustees to help set the strategic direction - the Miners Community arts and Music wants you involved.
Nominate your Local Sporting Hero, Club, Athlete or School. The community sports scene is thriving. The awards are to:
• Recognise the hard work of clubs, coaches, volunteers and officials who support the ongoing development of sport in Manchester
• Highlight the achievements of the talented athletes who live in and represent the city
Are you a Manchester voluntary sector organisation?
Would you like to share a story of your activity as part of the 2018 Spirit of Manchester Story Week in September?
On Saturday 1 September 2018, Platt Fields Park will host a new festival, for the people of Manchester, by the people of Manchester. The Festival of Manchester (FOM) will embody all that’s great about being in Manchester and the festival is now recruiting for volunteers to assist with the delivery of the event.
Now in its 7th year, Wythenshawe Games is Manchester’s largest community sports festival, taking in and around Wythenshawe and centering on the beautiful and historic Wythenshawe Park and Hall. As part of this great event volunteers are required to support the 10K Race and the Family Fun Weekend.
Family Fun Weekend
Date: Saturday 28 July 2018 and Sunday 29 July 2018