| By Toni Clarke
In one wrong click of a button Coffee4Craig’s owners are back to square one after accidentally opting to return all money when a fundraising target...
| By Kiah-Azriel Freer
Contact Hostel has been providing homeless young women with safe accommodation since the 1970s and this year celebrates its 50th anniversary. It...
| By Daniel Mardle
Following the success of a charity walk in London earlier this month which raised £500,000, the homelessness charity Shelter hoped to repeat its...
| By Anish Vij
Greater Manchester has witnessed a drop in the number of rough sleepers for a second year in a row. Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA)...
| By Isaac Jordan
Manchester faces a dire shortage of affordable homes as families on housing benefit face a rise in poverty levels and being priced out of the city,...
| By Mia Abeyawardene
Burnham's plan to end rough sleeping shows early signs of success but charities are lacking resources
Earlier this year Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, announced a radical plan aiming to end rough sleeping by 2020. While this may have...
| By Lewis Finney
A Manchester City Council tweet about unofficial soup kitchens has provoked an intense public reaction. The Twitter post was...
| By Meliza Sestito
Poverty In Periods - Campaign fighting for sanitary product donation to help Manchester's homeless women.
There are approximately 68,000 homeless women in the UK. When we think of what homeless people need; food, water and shelter are the first things to...
| By Dan Davies
Booth Centre’s annual Manchester Sleepout will take place this coming Friday (9 November) and promises to be the biggest sleepout to...
| By Sarai Van-Cook
‘It’s getting really dangerous out here’ – meet the people on the frontline of the homelessness crisis in Manchester
Last year, the government released figures showing that there were 4,751 rough sleepers in the UK, an increase of 15% on the year before. The...