Salford Unemployed & Community Resource Centre Ltd (SUCRC)

Salford Unemployed & Community Resource Centre Ltd (SUCRC)

Charity information

Salford Unemployed & Community Resource Centre Ltd (SUCRC)

SUCRC was formed in 1908 by the local community to provide self-help support, information & advice on dealing with unemployment & poverty. Today our work supports ex-offenders, migrant workers, refugees & those with complex needs or mental health issues. Our services include education & training, ESOL, information, advice & guidance on welfare benefits, employment law & debt management. We now run a Breakfast Club for people in poverty to share bread, develop relationships & support each other.

Founded 1980

  • Mission statement

    Our mission is to support the local Salford community, including older people, people with disabilities, unemployed people, ex-offenders and workers who are facing difficulties - through hardship, poverty or simply being unable to make ends meet, through offering practical solutions to the problems local people face and support to help them build skills and confidence.

  • Aims

    Salford Unemployed & Community Resource Centre Ltd (SUCRC) aims to:

    • To promote the equal rights of all residents of Salford regardless of race, faith, age and ability as laid down in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the General Assembly of the UN (1948)
    • The relief of poverty as a result of unemployment or other social or economic circumstances among the inhabitants of Salford
    • To improve the education, health, mental health and wellbeing of local people that they have the skills and confidence to improve their lives
  • Overview

    Established: June 1980

    Registered Charity Number: 1088044

    Board members: 12

    Full time staff: 3

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 21

    Phone number: 0161 789 2999

    Address: 84-86 Liverpool Road, Salford M30 0WZ

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  • Combat Isolation and loneliness and improve lives

    To combat isolation/loneliness in Salford City - much poverty/ badly hit by austerity esp.... More