Our Community Links...

Local Food Banks

Click below to view our Family Support Worker page:

Our Family Support Worker

Please see below documents for our chosen companies/charities that we recommend for guidance & advice on specific circumstances:

St Anne's Parent Advice & Guidance


Our Community Food Bank is available to all adults & their families. We understand that it might be tough to come and ask for help.

The office area has it's quieter moments through the day between 10.30am- 2pm. You are then able to come and help yourself. Another option is sending the office an email and asking for a bag of items to be put together.

These could be collected or if arranged dropped off by a member of staff. If you would like to nominate another family in the community for support, you can also do this by contacting the office via the email address below.

Office email: admin@st-annes-jun.manchester.sch.uk


Israel Sieff Court

Our children regularly visit the local Care Home.

Israel Sieff Court in Crumpsall Manchester is a trusted provider of care for elderly people, and we offer support for older people who have residential and dementia care needs. 



Rainbow Surprise Volunteer Drivers | Manchester Community Central



Make a donation to Wood Street Mission


Wood Street Mission is a children’s charity helping children and families living on a low income in Manchester and Salford.

We provide practical help to help meet children’s day-to-day needs and improve their life chances. Through Family Basics we provide struggling families with children’s clothes, bedding and baby equipment, and toys and books which are important for children’s wellbeing and development.

We promote engagement in education by helping families with the costs of going to school through SmartStart and run holiday Book Clubs to promote reading and improve children’s literacy. We also provide toys for children to have presents on Christmas Day.

We also raise awareness about child poverty through our communications, holding events and giving talks at schools, businesses and groups.

We help thousands of children and their families every year, and all our services are free for families to access on referral.

As an independent charity we rely on our supporters to raise and donate funds and items, and to raise awareness of our work. We have hundreds of volunteers helping us each year, who are essential to our work.


The Lighthouse Project, Manchester | Meeting Facilities - Yell


The Lighthouse Project is a drop-in style community hub open to all.

Its aim is to provide a safe and welcoming environment where people can get help and support, meet together, and access a range of opportunities that are caring, social, or educational.

The Lighthouse Project is part of Inspire Middleton, which is a self-funded local Charity. What this means is that we are not a Government, or Council funded organisation, and as such we have to raise all of our own finances in order to run the Projects we offer.

We rely on donations, fundraising, volunteers, and grants to do what we do, and this is where we rely on supporters for help.


Cornerstone Centre

Caritas Salford


Cornerstone is our day centre in Manchester which supports people experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless.
The team, which supports anyone over 18, offers a holistic approach to supporting the whole person, assisting them to have their voice heard and to transform their life with dignity.

The people who visit aspire to have a good quality of life and a safe place to live, positive friendships, good health and a purpose in life, and at Cornerstone we work alongside them to help them to achieve their goals.



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