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Stand Up For Social Work

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Caritas School Social Work Team

Across the Diocese this Caritas team of social workers, counsellors and therapists are providing a service to just over 50 schools on a regular basis with short term inputs to 24 more.
This rapidly growing team are also host to 5 students currently from as far afield as the Czech Republic!
The highly skilled team achieve excellent outcomes for the many students (609 in the last year) who benefit from this valuable service.
Fay Wilson - who has been with the service since October 2012 - describes the amazing journey of one young person - Click here for the full Story

 

Cornerstone Big Sleep-Out - April 24th

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This year Cornerstone will be hosting a Big Sleep-Out in support of the thousands of people who have to endure sleeping rough on our streets.

Why?
This is your opportunity to help homeless men and women
in and around Manchester. The sponsorship you raise will help
Cornerstone support homeless men and women in Manchester.

Who?
You can enter as an individual but also as a family, with friends
or as a team with work colleagues or as an organisation. Even the
Bishop of Salford †John Arnold will be taking part.
We do not set a minimum sponsorship but encourage participants
to raise as much as they can.

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Bishop John Arnold visits 463

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Earlier this week Bishop John Arnold paid a visit to 463.  This is a new venture in Didsbury run by Caritas Diocese of Salford to provide a home for young people with life-limiting conditions, which offers enhanced care in a homely environment. It was a great privilege to be able to welcome Bishop John to 463 and show him all that has already been achieved.

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St Peters primary in Hazel Grove generously donate for families in need

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St Peters pupils present Rosaleen Griffin - Caritas Diocese of Salford and Mary Kilcoyne from Shrewsbury Diocese with the gifts they generously donated for families in need at the schools Christmas gift mass celebrated by Fr Sharrocks. This wonderful tradition has been maintained at St Peters for many years and Caritas is very grateful to Mrs Finan and all the staff, pupils and parents for their amazing contribution.

   

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