"At Back on Track we were delighted to receive a grant of £6,500 as emergency funding at the start of the first lockdown in 2020. This grant was really crucial to us at a time when everything was up in the air.
During lockdown we were part of a major food operation in the city, helping to provide catering to homeless people who had been placed in emergency accommodation. Our café team kept working every day through lockdown and delivered 2700 free meals in just a few weeks, and the grant helped us cover the costs.
At the same time we were setting up a remote crisis service to support our existing service users through lockdown, and the grant helped with this as well.
Overall the funding from the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity really helped us through this extremely challenging time. Also, the grant process was incredibly quick and straightforward.”
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