News

  • Sycamore Tree

    Bridget a member of staff at Corrnerstone was told by one of our volunteers about the Sycamore Tree, a restorative justice course for prisoners at Forest Bank prison in Salford.

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  • A Big Thank You from Cornerstone

    Sr Lucy and all the staff of Cornerstone would like to thank all our financial supporters, all who donated food, clothing, held fundraising events or helped us in any way throughout 2014, aiding us in our mission in helping the poor and vulnerable. A huge thank you to all our volunteers and helpers who gave so unselfishly of their time, without their commitment we would be unable to open our doors. We now look forward to starting out the new year and wish you all every "Joy, Peace, and Happiness" for 2015. Once again Thank You and God Bless you all

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  • Christmas Day at Cornerstone

    Well! what a special happy day we had on Christmas Day. We had many new volunteers who offered their services for the day working alongside some of our regular helpers.

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  • Neville family pays us a visit

    Phil and Julie Neville with their children Harvey and Isobella payed us a visit on Tuesday afternoon.

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  • Lord Mayor Attents Carol Service

    We were overjoyed when the Lord Mayor of Manchester accepted our invitation to attend our Carol service on Monday morning.

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  • Rocking around the Christmas tree

    Cornerstone was rocking on Friday afternoon to the sounds of Tony Cagney disco.

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  • New Bishop of Salford visits Cornerstone

    On Friday afternoon what a surprise we had when the new Bishop of Salford and his secretary payed us a visit. Bishop John met and shook hands with all the staff, volunteers and clients.

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  • Fundraising night at the Fiddlers Green

    Bridie the landlady of the Fiddlers Green pub in Levensulme organised a joint fundraising night for Cornerstone and Little Sister's of the Poor on Friday 21st November.

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Cornerstone is a day centre providing services to adults facing a wide range of social issues including homelessness, poverty, social isolation, poor mental health, drug and alcohol addiction. We operate an open door policy and welcome people from all backgrounds with our aim being to offer support to our clients, improve their prospects and enhance their quality of life.

Mohammed

Dangerous journey

Justin

Cornerstone turned my life around

Zak

Future athlete

Bob

What a difference a hair cut makes

Andrew

So proud of Andrew

Harry

Changing Lives and Giving Hope

Harry

Our Cornerstone Miracle

Rebuilding your life

A reason to get up in the morning

Getting back on track

See how we helped Paul through a very low point in his life

Reuniting Family

See how John reunited with his family

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