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Greater Manchester Youth Network
GMYN is a dynamic youth charity delivering inspiring social action and developmental programmes for disadvantaged young people and infrastructure support for youth organisations across Greater Manchester.
Levi's Music Project at Z-arts
The Levi’s Music Project is open for FREE music production drop in sessions at Z-arts in Hulme. Whether you are a beginner or you already have some experience you can develop your skills in Logic Pro X, Ableton, Beat Making, Sampling, Recording, Lyric Writing and much more! We have industry professional facilitators each with over 6 years’ experience in the music industry who are on hand to help with your production, writing and recording.
Self Help is a user-led mental health charity based in the North West of England. We believe in people having a choice in mental health care. We offer a wide range of support, services and opportunities for people living with mental health difficulties such as anxiety, depression, phobias and panic attacks.
42nd Street is a Greater Manchester charity that supports young people aged 11-25 years with their emotional wellbeing and mental health, promoting choice and creativity. We champion young person centred approaches that demonstrate local impact and have national significance.
Early Break was originally established in 1994 as a specialist treatment, information and support service for children and young people who used drugs and/or alcohol.
The Horsfall Creative Agents
Do you want to help 42nd Street shape the direction of our creative programme and venue, The Horsfall? This is an exciting time to get involved.
Make our Rights Reality
Make our Rights Reality (MORR) is a national project which teaches young people about their rights and gives them a voice to challenge injustice.
Loneliness Connects Us
What kind of issue is youth loneliness? And, how might we take it seriously? The Loneliness Connects Us project is youth co-research project that brings the voice of young people into the growing conversation about youth loneliness and answer these questions.
The Women’s Group
Weekly meetings with food, drinks and activities. We provide a safe space to talk, where you can express your feelings through art, meet new people and try things you wouldn’t normally do. We welcome all young women aged between 16-25.
HOME is Manchester's arts and entertainment venue showcasing local, national and international cinema, theatre and visual art all under one roof. HOME is a place for everyone, where people of all ages can get inspired by seeing great films, plays and exhibitions. Plus, the HOME Young Creatives programme for 15-25 year olds offers free workshops and project opportunities for young people to get involved, meet new friends and develop new creative skills.