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NEW MASH MOBILE DROP-IN SERVICE

    Our new MASH Mobile Drop-In service starts on Tues 12th Sept. The new Mobile Drop-In will be out and about in Manchester City Centre and Cheetham Hill on Tuesdays & Thursdays. The Mobile Drop-In will be out late at night from 8pm to midnight parking up in known red light areas. The usual…

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Manchester University’s Students Against Human Trafficking Society are looking for active students

Manchester University’s Students Against Human Trafficking Society are looking for active students who might want to be on the committee. THE STUDENTS AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING SOCIETY ARE RECRUITING COMMITTEE MEMBERS!!! There are an estimated 20.9 million people trapped in slavery today. That’s just under 1/3 of the population of the UK! Put yourself forward for…

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A big thanks to Havas Lynx for their help

When Havas Lynx heard that MASH needed some help they stepped up immediately. MASH, alongside 2 other leading Manchester charities – Manchester and Trafford Rape Crisis – secured funding from Lloyds Bank Foundation to carry out research into the experiences of women survivors of sexual violence – Voices of Survivors. VOS aims to create a…

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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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Voices of Survivors Project

  Voices of Survivors is a Lloyds Bank Foundation funded partnership between three of Greater Manchester’s leading women’s charities: Manchester Action on Street Health (MASH), Manchester Rape Crisis and Trafford Rape Crisis. We will be working closely with Dr. Kate Cook  and Becky Clarke of Manchester Metropolitan University to research the needs of female survivors of…

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