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Celebrations as MASH receives its MBE

A group of our fabulous volunteers joined us on Wednesday 29 August at Gorton Monastery to collect our Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. MASH is one of 27 voluntary groups from across Greater Manchester to collect an engraved, commemorative crystal trophy and a certificate signed by Her Majesty the Queen which will be proudly displayed…

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Monitoring & Finance Worker Vacancy at MASH

MASH are recruiting a Monitoring & Finance Worker Salary:  £18,388 Full Time £11,033 actual Hours:  21 hours per week (Job share 21hours) MASH is a busy city centre based charity working with female sex workers. We need someone with good IT skills, and an understanding of monitoring and the use of data who can demonstrate substantial…

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Could you donate a woman’s Christmas Gift Bag?

Christmas is a complicated time, and some of the women we help are estranged from their families and can feel very alone. We try to make Christmas special by giving each woman a gift bag of goodies & practical items. We are looking for kind supporters to donate a medium sized Christmas Gift Bag containing…

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Volunteers who are going the extra mile for MASH

A big thank you to all our lovely volunteers who are going the extra mile and fundraising for MASH! Janelle and Suzzanne are both running the Manchester 10K – see you at the finish line! The amazing Rachel is doing the Manchester Half Marathon and superhuman Tess is doing the Ambleside Sprint. The Thursday evening…

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Robyn joins the MASH team

We asked Robyn about her experience and about volunteering at MASH: I have always volunteered since I was 17 years old and my college got me involved. At University I discovered the Student Night line needed volunteers. We were open from 8pm – 8am and took calls from students in distress. It meant sleeping in…

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