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Welcome to Cornerstone

Who We Help

Cornerstone is a day centre providing services to vulnerable and disadvantaged adults. We help people facing a wide range of social issues. Cornerstone welcomes people from all backgrounds and operates a policy of non-discrimination.

Who We Are

Cornerstone is part of Caritas Diocese of Salford, a registered charity formed to bring together all the work undertaken across the Catholic Diocese of Salford. This organisation is dedicated to helping young people and families in addition to the vulnerable adults served by Cornerstone. Further information on Caritas Diocese of Salford can be found a www.caritassalford.org.uk

Our Aim

Our aim, in its broadest sense, is to provide a service that enhances the quality of life of our clients and bring together people from all backgrounds helping build a better community.

Latest News

Amazon Wishlist – Covid-19 Appeal
We remain critically short of essential food & hygiene supplies. Please consider making a purchase from our Amazon wishlist to help us continue our service to the most vulnerable in our diocese. Deliveries should be sent to: Cornerstone Day Centre 104b Denmark Road Manchester M15 6JS We will then distribute goods from here to our
Covid-19 – Continuing our support to those in need
Updated 17th March, 2020 Caritas Salford provide essential support to those of all ages who are vulnerable across Greater Manchester and Lancashire. Our services become more vital at a time when communicable diseases such as Covid-19 (coronavirus) can spread quickly. The vulnerable people we support, especially the elderly and those who are homeless or rough
Cornerstone volunteers remembers colleagues past and present
Volunteers gathered last Saturday for the bi-annual celebration of Mass to remember past and present supporters of Cornerstone Day Centre. The main celebrant, Fr Ged Murphy is the Episcopal Vicar for Caritas and takes a great interest in the welfare of staff, volunteers and service beneficiaries working there. As Advent begins a new Church year,
THE STORY OF CORNERSTONE DAY CENTRE
Cornerstone grew from a collaboration of the Diocese of Salford with Canon O’Connor, the Daughters of Charity and several benefactors who, with fairly modest resources, established the provision. Cornerstone received its first beneficiaries in 1991. Five or six years later it had grown at St Augustine’s Parish to two port-a-cabins, a clothing store and a
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Client Stories

Read about how Cornerstone have helped changed peoples lives on a personal level

Tom
Tom is originally from Bulgaria, he has worked in London for several years. Unfortunately Tom
Tony
Tony has complex mental health needs and has been in and out of hospital many
Joyce
Many of our people come to Cornerstone because they are lonely and need company. This
Azad
28 years ago, from a bleak, marginalised, oppressive, corrupt and racially discriminated region I came
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