Caritas provides a lot of different services in many areas within the Diocese of Salford. We advocate for Social Justice and aid to create an equal society by helping those who are most vulnerable.
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Morning Star Hostel is for single homeless men aged over 35, particularly those sleeping rough, and/or those with alcohol issues, who have a connection to the Manchester area.
A new Caritas initiative aiming to address homelessness and housing
What Is Community Sponsorship? "I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink,
A commissioned Social Work and Therapy service for schools
We provide services to people who have been involved in the adoption process through Catholic Children’s Rescue Society.
St Joseph’s Welfare Centre in Collyhurst supports vulnerable, isolated older people living at home in North Manchester
The Lalley Centre offers a service that aims to bring together schools, parishes and the local community with Caritas in an area of considerable social deprivation
Cornerstone is a day centre providing services to adults facing a wide range of social issues including homelessness, poverty, social isolation, poor mental health, drug and alcohol addiction
Caritas runs two residential homes in Blackburn and Bolton for young mothers aged up to 25 and their child(ren)
Caritas Diocese of Salford will work in solidarity with the many Catholic, voluntary and statutory organisations to share our expertise and to help those in great need.
Red Door is a Caritas project supporting homeless and vulnerable people in our friendly and welcoming base at St Joseph’s
Caritas Anti-Trafficking is a response to Pope Francis’ call for Catholics and law enforcement officers around the world to join together in the fight against human trafficking and modern day slavery.
Our Charity Shop in Bolton takes all sorts of items from clothes and furniture to books and games. All donation are welcome