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

Cornerstone Operations Manager
After two and a half years as our Cornerstone Operations Manager, Lorraine Cumbo will be moving from her current role at Cornerstone over the next few weeks to our Caritas Lalley Centre project in North Manchester. Lorraine, who has worked in community development and social work in North Manchester for several years, has previous experience
Sister Lucy Dunne FMSJ – Retirement from Cornerstone Day Centre
Sister Lucy Dunne FMSJ – Retirement from Cornerstone Day Centre “There are good people who need us. For some of them this is the only family and connection they have. Just taking the time to listen to people is important.” Sr Lucy Dunne. It is with incredible gratitude that we give thanks for the ministry
Christmas with Caritas Diocese Of Salford
Throughout the year and throughout the Covid pandemic all Caritas services have remained open. In particular, front line services to the elderly and homeless, those experiencing isolation and loneliness have continued to serve their communities over the Christmas holiday period and here are a few highlights.
BBC’s Manctopia inspires charity walk
A Stretford-based property sales director is donning walking boots with a friend and walking 20 miles on Friday 18 September, to fundraise for a homeless charity after watching the BBC property series – Manctopia: Billion Pound Property Boom. Peter Howarth and his friend of 20 years, Pat Burke, are fundraising for Cornerstone, a homeless centre
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