The Christie charity raises money for a range of projects and initiatives focusing on 4 main areas, research, care and treatment, education and extra patient services. All of which are above and beyond what the NHS provide enabling us to give our patients the best care and treatment possible.
Your donations really do have an impact at The Christie. Without the support of our fantastic fundraisers we would not be able to give our patients and their families the level of care and support that we do.
From providing continuous funding for the Cancer Information Centre and Wig Service, helping patients and their families cope with the effects of treatment, to raising money for new developments such as the recently opened Teenage and Young Adult unit, your donations are having a positive impact every single day.
Wood Street Mission is a registered children’s charity based in the centre of Manchester.
Their mission is to help alleviate the effects of poverty on local children and their families through practical help. All the families we support are affected by poverty.
1 in 4 children in Salford and 4 in 10 children in Manchester live in poverty. We help children and families living in Manchester and Salford with everyday items most of us take for granted.
Mustard Tree is a Manchester based charity committed to providing life support for the homeless, marginalised and vulnerable across Greater Manchester. For those facing homelessness and the greatest disadvantage, Mustard Tree seek to open doors to a better future.
Mustard Tree welcome donations of clothing, bedding, household items, electrical items or items of furniture and sell it at affordable prices to raise much needed funds enabling them to fight poverty and support local people in Greater Manchester.
You can learn more about the amazing work the Mustard Tree team are involved in...
Barnabus is a Christian Homeless Charity based in Manchester. Started over 23 years ago with just one man walking the streets, giving out food and drink to the homeless.
The charity now offers a lifeline to 600 visiting homeless and vulnerable people each week, many of whom have severe addictions or mental health issues. Barnabus support their physical, emotional and spiritual needs and do all they can to help get people back into mainstream society.
Barnabus have received the 'unsung heroes' Queens award for Voluntary Service, but they do not receive any government funding, they rely entirely on donations.
Please take a look around to see some of the amazing projects Barnabus are involved with, and if you would like to get involved, there are many ways you can. You can give money, clothing, food or toiletries, you can volunteer or even organise a sponsored event.