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Please Support Us The charity is constantly developing the services and projects we provide to help the local disadvantaged community and for this we rely on the good nature of many different people. We would like to thank all the Individuals and organisations that have helped us to raise funds over the years to keep the Northmoor Community Centre and Social Enterprise Community Laundrette open. Vital hubs like ours are being asked to do more with less resources as a direct result of a combination of factors including years of austerity, government funding cuts, welfare changes, services going digital by default and Brexit. Sadly in disadvantaged communities like ours poverty levels are increasing whilst essential services are being cut or lost.  In order to manage and provide the range of supportive services and projects from these vital hubs which are more often than not a lifeline for people, we need £246,000 per annum to survive. Supporting over 1355 people per year this works out to £181.54 per person per year or £15,12 per person per month. We are accountable for every penny that is invested into our services and projects and are extremely grateful to those who support these vital...

Community impact

2018 Survey comments according to project Stay and Play “…my kids improve…” “My daughter build their confidence and enjoy” “…my child felt encouraged to play with other children” Next Step “Free courses has given [me] more confidence”“I am very happy; Northmoor Community Centre good work helping the people”“great community centre, very much needed in our area… [I have been] given support when I needed it”“I have learnt so many new skills on cputing and technical issues…I think the people of Longsight are so lucky to be able to access all [the centre] has to offer J” Volunteering “I improve [my] skills…[I am] more confident…[I] meet new people”“Friendly community…[I am] able to improve my skills for jobs”“I have made new friends and experience[s]” Youth Can Do homework club “[I have improved] my English skills, becoming more confident speaking English”“It is a great place to do homework and there are lots of facilities available…it is easier andf is more efficents to do homework here”“it is an amazing place that offer a huge range of resources for different age groups. Many of the things they offer are useful to local people”“I have been supported by the maths teacher which meant I have become better,...

Homework club

Our Homework club engages 100+ disadvantaged Children and Young people aged 8-16 who have access to a full networked I.T suite and 1-2-1 support with their set homework and preparing for exams. Michael's Maths is a popular weekly tutorial session alongside creative activities and project work.

Take the Next Step

Our Next Step project offers a holistic range of person centred services to support those needing assistance with digital, welfare, training and job searching needs. Please take a look at the Next Step portfolio of services.

Our Diners

Diners are provided with a home cooked meal through our “pay as you feel” weekly Diner in a social and welcoming space. Please take a look at our menus in our Diner page.

Our Volunteers

Volunteers help us to enhance our service by managing and supporting the variety of projects offered from our community hubs such as the Diner, Laundrette, Next Step and Homework club. New volunteers are always very welcome and if you are interested in volunteering with us have a  look at our Volunteer Zone.
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