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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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Volunteers Week – Marie’s story

Hello, I’m Marie. I’ve been volunteering at MASH for a couple of months. I run my own business – English Rose Bakery – that I set up with a friend, we bake and sell macaroons. It’s fantastic and I’m lucky enough work part-time now. My job before was very different – I worked with vulnerable…

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Working On-line? We’d like to hear from you

MASH have a grant from Community Safety Hidden Crime Fund to carry out research into what support services are available for women who are sex working on-line or arranging business on-line. We are partnering with Manchester University researchers to collect and analyse information. They have developed an on-line survey and we are looking for women who sex work, and…

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Wonder Women!

Manchester’s feminist festival Wonder Women returns to celebrate International Women’s Day with over a week of events that pay homage to the city’s rich legacy of radical feminism. Returning this March for its fourth edition, Manchester’s feminist festival Wonder Women is the city’s 10-day creative response to the city’s  legacy of radical and feminist politics,…

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