Manchester Metropolitan University Conference and Events Contribute to Big Change Manchester
Since June 2017, Manchester Met’s Conference and Events team have committed to collect direct donations of £1. Collected from each conference day delegate rate for Big Change Manchester. In support of the Manchester Homelessness Partnership.
The Partnership is a campaign drawing charities, grassroots groups, Manchester Council, businesses and residents together, and contributions to the Big Change Fund. To support those without somewhere to live by providing grants for education or training courses; furniture, furnishing or essential appliances; clothes for interviews, deposits and rents.
Manchester Metropolitan University is delighted to help Big Change Manchester to raise both money and awareness for this invaluable campaign. Fulfilling one of the four pledges to which the University committed when it signed up to Manchester Homelessness Partnership’s Manchester Homelessness Charter in May 2016.
Conference and Events at Manchester Metropolitan University would like to encourage other Manchester venues and hotels to become involved and support this great initiative. “Let’s make a difference together.”
For more information on donating and raising money for Big Change Manchester, please contact Eleanor Watts on: 0345 1122211
To offer your time or to donate practical items, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.streetsupport.net.
Manchester Met offers a range of innovative and flexible spaces, which can cater for conferences, exhibitions, networking events and much more. The Business School and Geoffrey Manton building have multiple facilities ideal for conferences alongside the Brooks building at Birley.
Manchester Met has invested £350 million in its estate and facilities during a ten-year plan to create a truly world-class campus in the heart of Manchester and in Cheshire.
The University is in the top three nationally for environmental sustainability, in the top 3% of global universities as ranked by the Times Higher Education and has an 85% research impact rated world-leading and internationally excellent.