The Manchester and Salford Church's are providing as drop in for the homeless of the area. They has each providing night helter for one night a week – for 5 days. Social services provide the other 2 days.
Saving lives, and giving the homeless free dinner and a bed in the warm. If you do not think this is needed – try sleeping rough for a week. You will probably end up dead – but better informed.
But at St Clement's, Ordsal and the Quays., they have too many helpers: people prepared to devote 1 night a week to helping this group.
Who often are just temporarily out of a house – 80% of the people last year found work and accommodation – a staggering success rate.
So we are on a two week shuffle – so I am next in on the 25th.
Contact the Rev Sandra if you want to help. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have experience in hotel catering, Noel would always appreciate help. And thanks to Sainsbury's for their help. Feeding 50 people is not cheap or easy.
If you have experience in hotel catering, Noel would always appreciate help. And thanks to Sainsbury's for their help. Feeding 50 people is not cheap or easy. I am looking forward to the help Tesco, ASDA and Morrison's will surely give us: it is the best, cheap advertising.
Which supermarket will be Manchester's most charitable store.