Mustard Tree helps people to change their lives, secure better accommodation and economic wellbeing. Mustard Tree’s focus is on tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty and homelessness.
GM-THINK is a database that has been designed to try and improve the experiences for people facing multiple disadvantage by helping services to work together and share individual’s information in a quick and safe way.
This role will run from September 2020 – June 2022 and provides a great opportunity to get involved in systems change for people facing multiple disadvantage.
This learning document shares inspirational activities, models and approaches of Covid Mutual Aid Groups in Central Manchester.
These groups have done an amazing job of harnessing the ‘neighbourliness’ that was and is still needed, to not only look out for those who have been most at risk but also build stronger communities.
The public response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been a source of much-needed hope. Thousands of spontaneous, voluntary Mutual Aid groups have emerged to support the most vulnerable people in our society. They are supplying food and medicine, connecting with those who are lonely, and organising community resources.
The State of the Sector survey is back and we need your help!
Volunteering with Wythenshawe Wanderers, part of Wythenshawe Good Neighbours, is a great opportunity to help provide services to those most in need in your neighbourhood. It can also be a very rewarding activity that will utilise and enhance your skills and experience. Wythenshawe Wanderers volunteer drivers make a real difference to people’s lives across Wythenshawe.
As many of Wythenshawe Good Neighbours services take place in public spaces such as pubs, social clubs and football clubs they are bound by their advice and guidance. Recent news over the weekend has given the go ahead for some pubs, cafes and social clubs to open under Covid-19 safe practices.
Are you involved in health, social care, education or social housing and need communications support? Comms Volunteers is a new, free initiative that connects expert communicators with critical organisations who either cannot afford their help or don't have the time.