Caritas Diocese of Salford is the principal social action agency of the Catholic Diocese which helps those across Greater Manchester and Lancashire experiencing poverty, disadvantage and discrimination to transform their lives with dignity. Caritas Diocese of Salford provide a practical response to those in crisis, suffering hardship or who are at risk. Caritas Diocese of Salford rebuild lives for the long-term, enabling people to live in a safe, healthy and secure environment.
The Relaunch of the Manchester Homelessness Partnership will bring together cross-sector organisations to pledge their commitment to ending homelessness in Manchester. Six years after the original launch of the Partnership in 2016, the Relaunch will be an opportunity to reflect on and celebrate the achievements of the Partnership so far, as well as look to the future and plan the next steps of the Partnership.
Greater Manchester poverty charity Mustard Tree has announced it will host an art exhibition to mark the relaunch of the charity’s city centre training café The Olive Branch. The event will exhibit pieces from resident artist Graham Hudson’s Angels series.
LandAid is the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK. LandAid bring together remarkable businesses and individuals across the property industry to support projects providing life-changing accommodation for young people facing homelessness. LandAid have an exciting opportunity for youth homelessness charities in the North West and are currently seeking a flagship charity partner for their North West Board.
Support is available for groups and organisations through the United Kingdom that support young people challenged by abuse and addiction, young carers, and those suffering from homelessness.
The Rough Sleeper Accommodation Programme (RSAP) was introduced in 2020 by the Government to support 6000 rough sleepers into long term accommodation. The programme provided capital funding to deliver additional move-on properties for individuals who experienced rough sleeping and revenue to provide support to the move-on properties.
Cornerstone are providing a Homelessness Prevention Drop-in, Monday to Friday, 10am-12pm including showers (10 am-2.30pm) a free Community Lunch, Monday to Friday, 12pm-1.30pm.
Come in to find out about volunteering opportunities, activities and visiting agencies that provide specialist advice and support, including: Housing Advice, Tenancy Support, Benefits Advice, Drug/Alcohol support, Opticians, GP and Nurse.
The High Sheriff of Greater Manchester, Diane Hawkins JP DL, has visited homelessness charity Emmaus South Manchester to tour their social enterprise in Wythenshawe.
Join the Booth Centre on Friday 12 November to raise vital funds and awareness to support people who are homeless in our community. The sleep out is for one night only, to support others who have to night after night in the location of choice – home, garden, balcony, workplace, community setting.