Below is a full listing of charities in Manchester who received money from the last StreetSmart campaign.
Emmaus Communities offer homeless people a home, work and the chance to rebuild their lives in a supportive environment. The Mossley community is home to 24 Companions all of which work for the social enterprise also. A StreetSmart grant will be used towards improving their IT and internet facilities
Location: Manchester (Mossley)
Contact: Katie Earnshaw
Tel: 01457 838608
The Booth Centre provides advice, education and training to enable homeless people to find new homes, improve their health, increase their skills and confidence and to successfully resettle in the community. StreetSmart funding goes towards their Awards Programme which recognises achievemnets in training, voluntary work and the arts including a catering training course which some trainees have gone on to work at Harvey Nichols restaurant.
Contact: Amanda Croome
Tel: 0161 835 2499
|Church Housing Trust
Church Housing Trust provide 49 bed spaces for single homeless men aged between 18-65 with a variety of support needs including mental health, drug and alcohol problems in the Withington area of Manchester. Streetsmart will contribute to their 'welfare and resettlement funds'
Contact: Steve Holdsworth
Tel: 020 7269 1630
The Mustard Tree serve those across Greater Manchester who find themselves homeless, hungry or lonely, as well as those without hope or dignity. It runs food and clothing distribution projects and also a provision for training to offer clients meaningful occupations.
Contact: Paul Wenham
Tel: 0161 228 7331
The project will the StreetSmart grant to further continue to help the homeless and disadvantaged people of Stockport and surrounding areas, providing assistance with medical, educational, drugs, alcohol and health issues as well as providing a hot meal.
Contact: Peter Hodskinson
Tel: 0161 427 4700
|Acting on Impulse
Run confidence building workshops at partner charities including addiction rehabilitation hostels, homeless day centres and women's refuges. The idea is that by bringing the workshops to them they will be more inclined to attend.
Contact: David Tomlinson