Support the expansion of MRSN Facilities and Projects to meet growing needs of refugees and asylum seekers across Greater Manchester
Our food parcel project is currently on pause until we can find a space to operate from
In the past two years the project has delivered over 100 food parcels each week to asylum seekers, refugees and other vulnerable migrant groups throughout Greater Manchester. None of this would have been possible without our volunteers, who each week diligently packed and delivered these food parcels. MRSN would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has donated their time, food and energy to help the destitution project.
The expansion of our projects have meant that we have completely outgrown our current facilities and are in desperate need of space to rent.
All of our projects, except one, are conducted from our tiny shop front office in Moss side. During the pandemic we were using our reception waiting area to temporarily house the operation of our high demand destitute project. See the video below of how we have turned our 45 seater reception waiting area into a space to run our destitution food project.
Do you have space we can use for our destitute project?
A new venue would not have to be that large, with the project so far operating out of a small single roomed office, and this space would only need to be used two days a week, the day the food gets delivered to us and the next day for packaging and distributing to families around Manchester.
If you have any connections with regard to a space that can be used, whether is a office, room in a church, community centre or other please email email@example.com