Where we serve:
Each volunteer will normally have 1 or 2 placements where they will serve each week. See list below for details of our current placements as well as places where we have served in the past.
The Centre provides a place for the homeless to go during the day to have a shower, warm meal, friendship and medical attention at the Doctor's Surgery.
The SVP Shop in Rochdale is one of over 40 charitable community shops run by the SVP providing affordable goods, employment and volunteering opportunities in the local area.
The Booth Centre is a day centre that offers activities, advice and support to homeless people in Manchester. They provide education, training and advice to enable people to find new homes, improve their health, increase their skills and confidence and to successfully resettle in the community.
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Somewhere Else (also known as the Bread Church) is an inclusive community that meets around the making and sharing of bread. It offers a warm welcome, hospitality and friendship to people of all faiths and none.
Faiths4Change is an environmentally-orientated charity based in Liverpool. It was originally a project of the Anglican Bishop of Liverpool; who saw it as a vehicle for people of all faiths (and no faiths) to work together in protection of their local environment. It is now an independent charity with strong links to faith groups. Faiths4Change seeks to empower local people, working with communities across the North-West of England to help them develop practical skills to benefit their lives and the planet.
Where we have served in the past...
The school works with children to maximise their potential – intellectually, personally, socially, physically, morally and spiritually.
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Here at Manchester Universities' Catholic Chaplaincy we have a dedicated Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society (SVP) 1833. A group of committed students express their faith every week through charitable actions with the poor, elderly and destitute.
The organisation Liverpool World Centre (LWC) exists to make world issues relevant to the lives of young people. School is a crucial part of a young person’s life, therefore LWC works with children and teachers to facilitate understanding of global issues and promote social change.
St. Vincent's in Liverpool offers a unique educational experience to children aged four to eighteen years with sensory impairment and other needs.