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Spirit of Manchester Story - Everyone has a chance for their voice to be heard

26 Sep 2018 - 16:10 by helen.walker

John and Pete were participating in a Having a Voice session at Back on Track on Tuesday. The course is all about getting your voice heard and how to put yourself across. Last week, the group grilled Kate, a Back on Track manager about how the charity works and this week, all 11 members of the group gave a short presentation on a subject of their choice such as films they enjoy or hobbies. This allowed them to practise speaking in front of a group in a safe and friendly environment.

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Cause and Consequence – Mental Health and Homelessness in Manchester report

18 Sep 2018 - 16:29 by michelle.foster

Thursday evening (9 August 2018) saw Manchester’s people coming together to launch Cause and Consequence: peer-led research into what’s broken for those experiencing mental ill-health and homelessness and how we can work together to fix it. Cause and Consequence

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Love for the streets using music art and creativity to tackle homelessness

17 Sep 2018 - 09:50 by michelle.foster

Love for the Streets (LFTS) is hosting a party for a purpose Sunday 23 September at Hidden nightclub for their next event ‘Hidden Behind the Headlines’. Love for the streets

The all day festival will bring together a combination of music, food and fashion stalls, live art and creative workshops. This event will mark the launch of their campaign raising awareness about ‘Hidden Homelessness’.

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Macc is a recruiting a new Chair of Trustees

30 Aug 2018 - 14:32 by michelle.foster

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. Macc

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Macc is recruiting new Trustees

30 Aug 2018 - 14:31 by michelle.foster

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. Macc

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Mustard Tree are recruiting 3 Trustees

10 Aug 2018 - 10:29 by michelle.foster

Mustard Tree are one of the most established charities in the North of England supporting those facing poverty and homelessness. Mustard Tree have over 25 years of experience helping people across greater Manchester where their compassionate and intelligent approach, creates a safe space, a community of hope and aspiration, opportunity and belonging where together each other’s confidence and skills are lifted. Mustard Tree

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The Manchester Sleepout 2018

10 Aug 2018 - 10:25 by michelle.foster

Each year The Booth Centre invites people to take on the challenge of sleeping out for one night to highlight some of the hardships that people have to face every night. The Booth Centre

On Friday 9 November the Manchester Cathedral will host the 2018 Manchester Sleepout. In 2017, over 400 people came together to raise an astonishing £120,000! Can you help The Booth Centre beat that this year?

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Britain could end homelessness in ten years - new Crisis report

3 Jul 2018 - 11:45 by helen.walker

Britain could end homelessness within 10 years with the right measures in place, says a landmark report by the charity Crisis, backed by high-profile figures such as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dame Louise Casey, and international homelessness experts.

Everybody In: How to end homelessness in Great Britain resets the current approach to homelessness and sets out the exact government policies needed to end it for good. It finds that everyone who is homeless could have a stable home within 10 years if the measures are adopted in full.

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Artist Ayoola’s first exhibition remembers his brush with homelessness

29 Jun 2018 - 10:55 by michelle.foster

Four years ago Ayoola Adeyanju’s family of four came uncomfortably close to being homeless. Ayoola Adeyanju

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.

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