Impact Report 2022. Learn more about who we met at MASH in 2022, how we supported them and what we have planned for the future
Join Annie Emery (CEO) and Bee Evans (head of business development and support) from MASH as they talk through our new research findings. Women & Sex Work in Greater Manchester Research into the prevalence, intersectional needs and gaps in service provision This is one of the largest ever pieces of primary research with women who […]
We are pleased to share the findings of a new piece of research about the lives, experiences and aspirations of sex workers in Greater Manchester. The research, undertaken in 2021, was led by an independent research team and reached 151 women involved in sex work. This is more than most previous studies. MASH has put […]
Our Big Give Christmas Challenge 2022
Lindsey and Sophia share some footage on a night time MASH van shift
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Paula has been supported by Sam Jones a specialist engagement worker from MASH as part of the Housing First scheme, so that she can be in charge of her own recovery journey.
Housing First is all about securing someone a home first and then addressing other support needs around that stable base.
Will you help a woman today who is in financial hardship?