Supporting Caritas

Thanks to this local funder, we were able to buy the materials needed to create an oasis of peace and quiet in the garden at our homelessness day centre in Hulme.

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Thanks to this local funder, we were able to buy the materials needed to create an oasis of peace and quiet in the garden at our homelessness day centre in Hulme.

Glen Lockett, Administrator, Greater Manchester High Sheriff’s Police Trust, said: “The Greater Manchester High Sheriff’s Police Trust has been pleased to have been associated with Caritas Salford over many years.

“The funding we have provided has allowed us to support an amazing organisation to do amazing things for the community.

“Our funding supports those who supports others, and we are proud to be part of their journey.

“Long may it continue, whilst the needs and demands are there.”

Help support Caritas

Donate

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    We can only continue to support communities in Greater Manchester and Lancashire thanks to people like you. There are lots of ways you can help.

  • Two men in hi vis yellow jackets with caritas logo one with back to camera and one facing him

    We have more than 260 amazing volunteers.  Will you please join them so we can continue supporting even more local people?

  • Take part in an event, join our campaigns, take on a challenge or sponsor a room or activity.  You could even become a sponsor or corporate supporter.  Do it your way…

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    Shouting loudly, calling for justice, or taking action with others in your local community…there are lots of ways you can make a difference.

Where your money goes

It costs £12,000 per day to provide the level of service and support being delivered in Caritas projects across Greater Manchester and Lancashire.

Which means that everyone who needs it is able to access urgent practical help required, as well as any advice and support that will help them for the long term.

Every single donation matters because it means nobody is turned away or left behind.

These are just some examples of how your donation could be used to provide critical support – right now – or help someone begin to transform their own life with dignity.

  • £30.06
    is the cost of professional suport to someone facing a crisis
  • £86.00
    is the average cost of a weekly shop for a family of four people
  • £112.16
    is the average energy bills for a month for a 2-3 bed home
  • £1,500
    is the cost to sponsor one of our rooms for a year, preventing someone from being homeless
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