Levenshulme Good Neighbours is a registered charity that works with volunteers to offer practical,
social and emotional support to over 300 older people living in the Levenshulme area of Manchester.
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If you’re inspired to make a difference, either by volunteering or supporting us financially, then get in touch with us.
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Intergenerational and Peer Age Volunteering
Winner of Volunteer of the Year Award
Levenshulme Good Neighbours champions both peer to peer age and intergenerational befriending. Tailor making it to the needs and requirements of both the volunteer and service user. We have found both benefits and insight of matching people of different background and age groups.
Levenshulme Good Neighbours are proud to have one of its volunteers Giaksha contribute more than 100 hours of volunteering for our charity and as a student of University of Manchester shortlisted for and won 2nd prize for Volunteer of the Year Awards helping to fund the charity further.
News & Events
Campaigns & Projects
Partnerships & Achievements
Winner of Awards One Manchester
Levenshulme Good Neighbours operate in One Manchester Independent Living Schemes locally and are proud 2nd place winners of sponsorship and funding towards activities within the schemes from One Manchester Community Soup Funding. Our other partners include Inspire Taskforce, Gorton Visual Arts, All FM 96.9 Radio, Levenshulme Inspire and Debdale Bowling as part of Manchester Council’s OPeNS (Older People’s Neighbourhood Support). We are available on twitter and Facebook – our social media reached more than 20,000 people last year.
Projects & Developments
Exclusive befriender with healthy eating buddies
Levenshulme Good Neighbours have a proud history of being the only befriending charity in Manchester to exclusively run one to one healthy eating buddy schemes with Inspire and Manchester University as part of the Urban Village Project.
Levenshulme Good Neighbours have recently partnered with AllFM to highlight radio development training and session running with over 55s in the community. Watch this space for volunteer garden projects, developmental talks and activities.
Part of the Older People’s Neighbourhood Support
Levenshulme Good Neighbours are proud winners of grant funding to make its projects happen. We are also part of the Manchester Older People in the Neighbourhood Support Project. OPeNS. And are utilising recent funds to spearhead evidence and best practice for initiating digital inclusion for over 55-year olds who are socially isolated or cut off from internet and device connectivity. Such information and data are fed back to partners and sponsors for hopeful policy development.