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North Manchester community partnership

North Manchester Community Partnership

About them

Our aims and objectives are to support the people of North Manchester and East Salford to engage more fully socially and economically. Delivering through the provision of diverse and reactive services we, are able to provide information, advice and guidance to North Manchester residents seeking employment, training or voluntary work experience.

We deliver 10 outreach sessions offering Work Club activities, Benefits Advice Service, Digital Skills Training, Accredited online training, support for job seekers, volunteering opportunities and confidence building with access to community led activities ie Crafts, befriending, gardening, self-help groups

A wide range of vulnerable groups of all ages and ethnicities, and their wider communities, benefit from our activities. families and adults from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities, all people living in North Manchester and Salford especially those, long or short term unemployed, with mental health issues, learning disabilities and refugees We promote and encourage participants whom are keen to design, plan any feel-good activities, learn how to run and manage them.

Support with promoting the learning opportunities to their wider community, family and friends Provide opportunities for personal development and improved mental and general wellbeing.

We have been a member of Online Centers Network since 2015, Accredited with Open Awards, Living Wage Employer and Disability Confident Committed

Contact details

Contact: John Curtin

Registered address:

Welcome Centre
Brentfield Avenue
M8 0TW

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