Manchester Community Central is a website through which voluntary and community groups and social enterprises across Manchester can easily get the support, advice and information they need – everything from funding searches through to news about local strategic developments and the hot topics at the Voluntary Sector Assembly.
Click here to view the services available through this site
Manchester Community Central is managed by Macc.
Macc is the organisation which supports the voluntary community and social enterprise sector in the city of Manchester. Macc is a registered charity and works with a range of partners and other organisations to increase and develop the support available to the city’s 3300+ voluntary organisations, community groups, charities and social enterprises. Macc delivers a wide range of these services including:
- capacity building for local groups
- support for local people wishing to volunteer (Volunteer Centre Manchester)
- policy support, insight and influence - including convening the city’s Voluntary and Community Sector Assembly.
- distributing grants to local groups and projects
We also celebrate the amazing things happening in Manchester's communities with our Spirit of Manchester programme.
All these are available on the Manchester Community Central website.
To find out about who's who in the Macc team, visit our Meet the Team page
To find out more about Macc as an organisation - our governance, history and operations - visit the Macc website www.macc.org.uk
As a charity whose purpose is to support and develop other voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector organisations, Macc believes it is important for us to model best practice. Below are some of the policies we use to inform the way we work as an organisation and an employer.
- Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking
- Complaints, compliments and comments
- Confidentiality policy
- Conflict of Interest
- Equality and Diversity
- Open Data Policy
- Social Repsonsibility
Macc statement and support to Black Lives Matter
George Floyd was murdered. He was not the first victim of police brutality and nor is America the only country in which this happens. At Macc we want to express our solidarity and support to the Black Lives Matters movement and for our brothers and sisters, in Minneapolis, Manchester and around the world rightly fighting for racial and social justice. Read our statement here