The Mustard Tree
The Mustard Tree
Mustard Tree works with people experiencing; homelessness, poverty, long term unemployment, poor mental health, addiction recovery, criminal records, social isolation, refugees and asylum seekers. We provide one to one support to help them achieve self-determined goals, to gain stability and to get into or ready to enter employment. We also provide crisis intervention through food parcels, clothing, sleeping bags and furniture.
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.
Our focus is on tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty by offering:
• Provision: When people are in crisis we offer food, clothing and furniture. By meeting their basic needs we establish a relationship of trust and open the door of welcome, hope and possibility.
• Progression: We offer life-skills, training, volunteering, education, mentoring and employment opportunities to help people to increase their resilience and enable them to escape poverty and homelessness – for good.
• Partnership: We work collaboratively with our beneficiaries, enabling them to contribute to the Mustard Tree Community and work with them to set self-determined goals, as well as working with individuals, agencies, businesses and community groups to broker long-term solutions to the poverty and inequality in our city.
The Mustard Tree aims to:
- To combat poverty and prevent homelessness across Greater Manchester
Established: January 1994
Registered Charity Number: 1135192
Board members: 7
Full time staff: 22
Part time staff: 5
Phone number: 07947394765
Address: 110 Oldham Road, Ancoats, Manchester M4 6AGView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website