Since 1994, Mustard Tree has transformed the lives of people in Greater Manchester who are trapped in poverty or homelessness, by enabling them to gain the skills and self-confidence they need to reach their full potential.

The Problem

Greater Manchester is one of the key economic centres in the North of England and yet levels of poverty remain a primary challenge.

Source: Greater Manchester Poverty Commission

600000

People are in poverty

91000

Children are living in poverty

137000

People are in-work poverty

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Andy’s Sculpture at The Lowry Hotel (6/30/2017) - Andy, one of Mustard Tree’s Freedom Project participants, is having a sculpture exhibited at The Lowry Hotel this month. Andy spent 6 years in the Cheshire Regiment as a machine gunner in wartime and a Musician in the Drummer Corps...

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Eccles Community Shop; A Celebration! (6/19/2017) - On June 16th we re-opened our Eccles Community Shop following its refurbishment. The ribbon was cut by Mayor of Salford, Paul Dennett. Before formally re-opening the shop, Mayor Dennett spoke about the importance of Mustard Tree’s work in Salford, saying...

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Opening Times Update (5/23/2017) - On Wednesday the 24th May our Eccles community shop will be shut. The shop will reopen as normal on Thursday 25th May. Our Ancoats, Eccles and Little Hulton community shops will be shut on the 29th May because of the...

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