Jewish people in need who live in Greater Manchester including Bury, Salford, South Manchester and North Manchester.
Jewish people in need who live in Greater Manchester.
Type of grants
Small grants of up to £100 to people on low income or one-off help with utility bills, childcare support, respite care, essential household items and the additional food costs of Passover and other religious festivals. The federation also provides help for children’s holidays and playschemes and help to re-establish within the community i.e. removal.
On a form available from the correspondent, submitted directly by the individual or, with the applicant’s permission, through a social worker, Citizens Advice, other welfare agency or other third party. Applications are considered throughout the year. A referral and advice officer is available each day from 9.30 to 12.30 to discuss requests for financial assistance (call 0161 795 0024 for North Manchester or 0161 941 4442 for South Manchester).
Other services are also provided, including a full social work service, a centre for people with mental health needs, respite support for parents of children with special needs, a carer’s helpline, a luncheon club, a toy library and other help for people who are isolated or housebound.
Grant provided by: The Manchester Jewish Federation
12 Holland Road
Manchester M8 4NP
Telephone: 0161 795 0024
Fax: 0161 795 3688