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British Youth Council

The British Youth Council (BYC) is led by young people for young people, aged 25 and under, across the UK. We connect with our community of member organisations and network of Local Youth Councils to empower young people to have a say and be heard.…

Bullying UK

Part of  Family Lives, the Bullying UK website provides help and advice on tackling bullying including cyberbullying and bullying at school.  

Burnage Foodbank (Burnage Lane)

Burnage Foodbank provides emergency food parcels for people living in the Burnage area, people are refeered to the foodbank for various reasons including redundancy, benefit changes or delay or even an unexpected bill, it can even be families struggling to put food on the table…

Burnage Foodbank (Kingsway)

Burnage Foodbank provides emergency food parcels for people living in the Burnage area, people are refeered to the foodbank for various reasons including redundancy, benefit changes or delay or even an unexpected bill, it can even be families struggling to put food on the table…

CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

The Campaign Against Living Miserably is targeted at young men aged between 15-35 who are at risk of falling prey to suicide. The campaign offers help, information and advice via a phone and web service. Anyone, regardless of age, gender or geographic location can call…

Carers Cafe at The Fed

Social meet-up for carers with discounts on food and drink.

Carers Manchester

Carers Manchester is a partnership of statutory and voluntary organisations, working together to improve services for Manchester’s 62,000 unwaged carers. This partnership is developing a new pathway for carers in the city to receive advice, guidance and support. The Contact Point is a new service…

Carers Services at The Fed

If you look after a relative or friend who is ill, frail or disabled and this is not your paid job, you could well be classed as a “carer” - even without realising it. Our CAST (Community Advice and Support Team) carer's advice worker offers…

Carers Support Group at The Fed

Are your responsible for the care of a loved one who cannot manage without your help? You may well be classed as a ‘carer’. The Fed’s Carer's Project offers support to carers aged 18 and over, who are looking after another adult on an unpaid basis.…

CEA Cinema Cards for Carers of Disabled Young People & Adults

The Cinema Exhibitors Association (CEA) offers a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. To apply for the card you will need submit proof to show that…