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Wanted: Big hearted business people to sleep out for MASH

Once again this year MASH is looking for generous CEOs and business leaders to swap suits for sleeping bags for one night to help fight homelessness and poverty in our city. CEO Sleepout will take place on Monday 15 October at the Emirates Stadium in Old Trafford, with money raised going directly to Manchester charities,…

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Double your charity donation to MASH

Thursday 22nd June from 10:00am….. Donations made to MASH on-line through LocalGiving will be doubled. MASH will receive twice the amount you donate (up to £25)!!! Please help us support vulnerable women in Manchester and support to take control of their lives. You could make a huge difference with a small amount of cash! Your £1.50 =…

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Co-op members can choose for MASH to receive funds!

  Are you a member of the Co-op? MASH are lucky enough to have been chosen as one of the charities who will receive a donation from the Co-op Local Community Fund. But we need your help. Co-op is building funds for small, local charities including MASH. Every time a Co-op member buys Co‑op branded products and…

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MASH action on homelessness

Homeless women After years of declining trends, 2010 marked a turning point when all forms of homelessness began to rise. The recession and benefit reforms have impacted many vulnerable people in Manchester. For the last 26 years MASH has provided free support to women in sex work (prostitution), empowering them to take control of their lives. Sadly,…

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Mel’s Hair Raising Challenge

Mel is one of MASH’s newest volunteers providing amazing free hairdressing sessions in the Drop-In Centre. When Mel heard about MASH she knew she had to be part of the team helping vulnerable women to feel good about themselves. Through her charitable work with asylum seekers Mel knew the difference a haircut can make and…

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