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Can you help at our Mcr Piccadilly Train Station collection?

Could you help by taking part in a MASH Charity Fundraising Day? We are taking over Manchester Piccadilly Train Station on Thurs 14th May from 8am – 6pm and are looking for people to volunteer to come along for a ‘shift’ collecting donations for MASH inside the station. You don’t need any previous experience of…

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Welcome to Dan, our new Volunteer Co-ordinator

Volunteers have always been at the heart of service delivery at MASH. We currently have around 45 volunteers and we couldn’t manage without them. Volunteers work alongside staff on the Van late at night traveling around the streets of Manchester offering support to the vulnerable women working on the streets. They also go with our…

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Goodbye & Goodluck to our interpreter, Denisa

The story of how Denisa became the MASH Romanian interpreter: In summer 2012 Europia, a local charity, put Denisa in touch with MASH as she was looking to do some volunteering while studying languages in the UK. Denisa took a volunteering role in the MASH centre greeting service users and making refreshments. She also conducted…

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MASH trustee given an OBE!

MASH Trustee, Rosie Campbell, has been given an OBE for ‘services to vulnerable women’. And if that’s not enough she did the Great North Swim in Windermere in June for National Ugly Mugs! If you are inspired by Rosie and want to volunteer for MASH or join in our latest daring fundraising event – an…

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Oscar wins an Oscar

Our dedicated volunteer, Oscar, recently won Man Of the Year at the Fusion Awards for his tireless community work (here receiving his award from Zabir Afzal of Harwood Solicitors). Here is his story of volunteering for MASH: I have volunteered for MASH since 1998. Back then MASH operated out of a wagon and trailer on…

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