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MASH Gift Bag Appeal 2020

Everyone should have something to open at Christmas Can you ensure a woman in Manchester has a gift to open this year? We are running our annual gift bag appeal again this year to make sure every woman who accesses MASH this December receives a present to open. To keep everyone as safe as possible…

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MASH partners with Greater Manchester Housing First

MASH is delighted to have been selected as one of four new partners appointed to the Greater Manchester Housing First (GMHF) pilot following an exhaustive selection process. Housing First is an evidence-based approach, which uses housing as a platform to enable individuals with multiple and complex needs to begin recovery and move away from homelessness….

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Continuing our vital support during Lockdown 2.0

An update from MASH’s CEO, Annie Emery Throughout this challenging year our top priority at MASH has been to continue delivering our vital services safely, at a time when women need our support more than ever. As we head into this next national lockdown with the addition of winter pressures, we know this will only…

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How has MASH been supporting sex workers during the pandemic?

The Coronavirus has impacted each and every one of us but the pandemic has disproportionately affected sex workers. Though government guidance has presented huge challenges in how we do our work whilst ensuring our colleagues are protected, we have always remained committed to continuing our support to help women stay safer and healthier. In the…

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#RememberingSue – 22 April 2020

All of us here at MASH are taking some time to remember our dear friend and colleague Sue Murphy, whose funeral takes place today at 4pm. Sue’s family, friends and loved ones have suggested the following ways we can remember Sue at 4pm today.   An appeal page has been set up in Sue’s memory…

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