We aim to ensure people have support to prevent them becoming homeless, that those who do are helped to secure, safe accommodation, and that no-one has to sleep rough.
Make a change to change a life
This Lent, whether you’re making a change to your diet, fasting, amending your behaviour or adapting your thoughts and focus…as you do so, the change you’re making could also help us to change a life.
There are lots of ways you can show your support, from sharing information, keeping Caritas in your thoughts or by making a donation or collecting coins in a St Joseph’s Penny box.
However you take part, it will make a real difference to the lives of local people.
The cost-of-living crisis is hitting our local communities hard with hundreds of thousands of people living in poverty.
Demand for our services is higher than ever as hardworking families and individuals struggle to keep a roof over their head, food on the table, and a warm and safe place to bring up their children.
Can you please help us to support even more people in crisis?
A huge number of people in Greater Manchester and Lancashire are experiencing food poverty and our services support families and individuals in crisis.
Working in schools, supporting families in crisis, being there for young parents and their babies – our work with children, young people and families spans a wide range of services.
Whether it’s individuals who are homeless, families in crisis, refugees or people seeking asylum, or those facing poverty or discrimination, we support them to transform their lives.
From business mentoring programmes to language and education classes, accessibility advice, to first aid training…we’ve a range of education, business and training services on offer.
People from a refugee background and those seeking asylum are welcome at all of our services and we also work alongside them in the local community in a wide range of different ways.
It’s important to us that as many people can access our services as possible and we also work with local groups across Greater Manchester and Lancashire to improve accessibility.
We work with schools, parishes, groups and individuals to form them in the principles and themes of Catholic Social Teaching, enabling and encouraging them to put their faith into action in a practical way.
Our name – Caritas Salford – is reflective of the fact that we’re the domestic social action charity of the Catholic Diocese of Salford.
Our reach though, spans not just Salford, but right across the diocese, taking in most of Greater Manchester and parts of Lancashire too.
We’re really proud to be able to work in the heart of communities across our area.
If you’d like to connect with us, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.
- We believe in positive action.
- We listen to people and work with them to rebuild their lives for the long-term.
- We advocate and shout loudly to call for lasting change, including the injustices which lead to people hitting crisis point.
Will you please join us and take action too?
Make a donation, volunteer your time, support people in your local community…there are lots of ways you can get involved.
Did you know…?
620square miles…that’s how far our services reach across Greater Manchester and Lancashire
1000of people are supported every year by our range of community and outreach services
260amazing volunteers support our work (we couldn’t do what we do without them!)
Make a change to change a life this Lent
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