The Manchester Homelessness Charter is a symbol of our mission to end homelessness in our city by uniting people, organisations and businesses with one shared vision.
The Charter has been co-created by people experiencing homelessness, and organisations which provide support to overcome their challenges. There are three simple steps for you to follow to help end homelessness...
The Charter is a way to bring together people who are homeless with people who are dedicated to ending homelessness. By uniting us with a shared vision we will focus our efforts to tackle key challenges, and ultimately to end homelessness.Read more about the Charter
The Charter launched on 9th May at Friend’s Meeting House. Presented by the Bishop of Manchester and attended by Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, this was a historic event celebrating the commitment of our city’s people, organisations and businesses to tackling homelessness.
You can follow the progress of the charter and see some of the major pledges that have been made already in the latest news section.Read news and updates
Have you read the Charter? Do you want to show your support? Make a pledge to share your skills and resources to help overcome the challenges faced by people who are homeless.
Making a pledge and joining an action group are just two of the ways you can support people who are homeless. Street Support works as part of the Manchester Homelessness Partnership to deliver a central website that makes it easier for people who are homeless to find the help they need, and guides people how to give effectively. Explore streetsupport.net to discover other ways to get involved:
If you have a question about the Charter or the Manchester Homelessness Partnership please read our Frequently Asked Questions first. If your question isn’t answered by our Frequently Asked Questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch shortly.