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Mustard Tree exists to create choice and opportunity for people who are homeless and marginalised.

  • Freedom Project

    The Freedom Project is aimed at those who have additional barriers to moving on in life, such as homelessness, mental health issues, addiction recovery or a criminal record. It runs for 20 weeks and allows participants to gain work skills and experience within the six main areas of our operation: warehousing & deliveries, catering, customer services, facilities management, waste recycling and office admin.

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  • Get Involved

    Your skills, time, passion and resources can go a long way and make a genuine difference to someone who has run out of their own. We work with many who are just like you but because of relational break down, grief, addiction, loss of jobs and abuse find themselves struggling to survive. Donate, volunteer, fundraise, campaign for Mustard Tree to help create choice and opportunity for people who are homeless and marginalised.

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  • Little Hulton Update

    It’s now been six months since our Little Hulton branch opened and we thought it would be a good time for an update on its progress. First, a little background: we chose Unit 50 in the heart of Little Hulton for our newest branch because we recognized the need for Mustard Tree’s services in the […]

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  • Mentoring at Mustard Tree

    Benjamin Franklin once said: “Tell me and I forget; teach me and I may remember; involve me and I learn.” Roughly two centuries later, educational theorist and social psychologist David A. Kolb was developing the Experiential Learning Model based on the idea that concrete experience is the best way for us to learn about a subject – […]

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  • Leadership Faculty Programme

    At Mustard Tree we recognise that while anyone in Greater Manchester remains in poverty, we cannot rest on our laurels. Two decades of experience at helping people transform their lives has demonstrated that frequently it is not enough to simply provide a charitable, short-term crisis intervention. As necessary as that is, it is even more […]

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