MASH was established in 1991 to provide a confidential and specialised service to street and sauna based female sex workers and female drug users in the Greater Manchester area. The dedicated MASH team comprises of people who come from a variety of different backgrounds and the team is made up of non clinical and clinical workers.
‘MASH aims to work with female sex workers to promote sexual health, well being and personal safety whilst offering choice, support and empowerment to promote individual positive life changes.’
Graham Dobkin has resigned from his post as MASH CEO.
Graham worked for MASH for 16 years in a variety of roles, latterly as our CEO, and played a crucial part in the development of the charity. The Trustees are extremely grateful for all that he contributed. We are making plans to express our thanks and mark his departure appropriately. If you would like to be involved in this or would like to pass on your best wishes to Graham please contact Tina Threadgold on firstname.lastname@example.org The Trustees will be announcing their plans for the future of the role at the MASH AGM on 15th February 2012. In the meantime Cate Allison has been asked to stay on as Acting CEO.
MASH was recently featured in the Evening News, to see the article please click here:
MASH really values the gifts of our supporters. If you feel able to make a one off gift please send a cheque, made out to Manchester Action on street Health to 94-96 Fairfield Street, M1 2WR.
If you are able to give even a small amount on a regular basis we can help you set up a regular direct debit. To do this please contact Cate Allison on 0161 273 4555.