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Mustard Tree - tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty and homelessness
Mustard Tree has an established track record over the past 25 years, supporting people across Greater Manchester in poverty and facing homelessness.
We create opportunities for people to help themselves through providing practical support, friendship, connections into work, improvements to health and wellbeing plus new experiences to encourage aspiration.
Manchester Pride(8/13/2019)-We talk to Julita about her trans experiences – inside and outside Mustard Tree. Mustard Tree prides itself on being open to all. Our client group comes from various backgrounds and have experienced multiple barriers. Irrespective of origin, everyone who...
HMP Manchester: ‘Art Unlocked’(8/12/2019)-Mustard Tree Ancoats, 12th – 29th August. We are proud to be able to display a small selection of work from learners at HMP Manchester’s art department in our ground floor cafe. This is HMP Manchester’s third exhibition in the...
Caretaker-Facilities Supervisor(7/8/2019)-Role Purpose: To work with the Building Manager “Cleaning Supervisor” Building curator to implement a timetable of Caretaking Duties supported by volunteers for the benefit of service users within the Mustard Tree. To support volunteers within the charity. Promote volunteering...
Tandrima joined Mustard Tree after fleeing India as an asylum seeker and settled here in January 2018. Tan bravely shared her story of her journey, her drive for change and her hopes for the future as she waits in hope for her asylum decision.
“In India I suffered domestic violence and religious persecution in my marriage. For so long I stayed because I didn’t know I deserved better. Once things started happening to my daughters, I knew I had no choice but to leave. I had to leave with my youngest daughter December 2017 and leave my eldest one behind. I couldn’t take both if I had I wouldn’t have rescued any of them. It was the hardest decision I have ever made. I can only just talk about it out loud now, I couldn’t talk about it at all before,” says Tandrima.
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Check out some of the beautiful creations people have made at Mustard Tree.