The more successful we are, the more helping hands we should give to those around us.
None of us were born with a silver spoon in our mouths, we’ve all took risks, sacrificed a lot and grafted hard to get where we are, but we recognise that life isn’t a level playing field for everyone.
Where possible, we’ll look to help the local community in any way we can, so have partnered with the following Manchester based organisations:
Not Just Soup – providing free hot meals to Manchester’s homeless people regularly throughout the day
Foodinate and The Mustard Tree – “Eat Meal, Give Meal” – every time a certain dish is bought off the menu, we’ll donate a meal to the Mustard Tree, who are just round the corner from our kitchen, they provide help and support to people trapped in poverty and homelessness.
Wood Street Mission – we help children and families living in Manchester and Salford by fundraising and collecting good quality children’s and young adult clothing, toys, bedding, baby equipment and new toys.
Manchester Cares – The charity aims to bring the older generation together with a network of younger people to reduce the gaps across social, generational, digital, cultural and attitudinal divides. Even if it’s just hanging out in a chippy, playing board games whilst listening to unreleased rap demo tapes from the mid 90s – it all helps.
Trafford College – The Career Ready programme is designed to help young students aged 16-18 prepare for the world of work, so we provide a mentor for 12 months to help guide them this process.
Manchester Hip-Hop Archives – We volunteer as part of a steering group to help provide support documenting youth culture in Manchester since the late 70s – specifically creating an online searchable database of flyers/posters from local and international artists who have performed in Manchester.