The temperature in Manchester is set to drop below freezing this week. We know women who are surviving in these conditions without a safe place to stay. Team MASH will be welcoming women into our warm drop-in and van. But we need your help to ensure we can provide essential items and support during this […]
From midday on Tuesday 30th November donations will be DOUBLED for MASH, for one week only.
Over the past year MASH has supported nearly 500 women in Greater Manchester. This support ranges from administering Covid-19 vaccinations, to accompanying women to appointments to providing hot dinners and advocating for women at a local and regional level. You can read more about how MASH’s impacts women’s lives in our report below.
Hear from our MASH service user advisory panel, a group of amazing women who help to shape our service
Despite lock-down, women continue working, and therefore MASH
continues to deliver our vital frontline services at a time when the
women we support need us most.
MASH has partnered with the NHS to offer the Covid-19 vaccine to women in Manchester who may otherwise struggle to access it, including those experiencing homelessness.
We have been remembering our dear friend and former chair of trustees, Sue Murphy, who died suddenly last year on 7th April.
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.
It is with deep sadness that we are saying goodbye to our much loved and admired chair of trustees, Sue Murphy.