Macc is a charity and put simply, our purpose is the city of Manchester. We work to inspire, enable and support the people of Manchester to get involved and build the communities where we live, work and grow. We are the support and development organisation for local charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises.
All Arts & culture
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.
The different communities that make Manchester buzz are being celebrated in a spectacular free family fiesta, which will be a fitting finale to the summer holidays.
The inaugural Festival of Manchester, a brand-new annual event on the city's calendar, takes place at Platt Fields Park in Manchester on Saturday 1 September.
Venture Arts is calling for expressions of interest from visual artists to take part in their new project based in Manchester, Conversations Series II.
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?
Are you aged 14 – 19, and interested in learning new creative skills and find out more about working in an art gallery?
Venture Arts need £2,500 to get their new studio fully up and running. Could you help?
Do you fancy yourself as the next David Attenborough? If you're between the ages of 11 – 24 and have a passion for nature, this is the perfect opportunity to get creative and share your story with others.
Four years ago Ayoola Adeyanju’s family of four came uncomfortably close to being homeless.
The landlord of a rented Manchester apartment, which he was moving into, was facing a repossession order – leaving Ayoola, his wife and two young sons stuck between properties with nowhere to live.
Months of bouncing between the local authority, Shelter and rodent-infected temporary accommodation left its mark on the family.