Social mission Description of SE Products or services sold
START Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being We are a mental health charity that uses creativity to improve the mental health of vulnerable communities A range of mental health support and recovery services
Starts With You Employment, training and education, Income and financial inclusion We offer a range of information, advice and environmental services which assist people to access skills, opportunities and quality employment. - Employment Support - Digital Inclusion - Money Advice - Energy Advice - Caretaking - Handy Persons - Cleaning - Property Clearance - Building Compliance Inspections
Station South CIC Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Citizenship and community, Conservation of the natural environment, Employment, training and education, Physical health, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action We're restoring an old railway station to its former glory and transforming it into a destination cycle café, bar, co-working space and permaculture inspired garden!

We'll refurbish Levenshulme Station South into a warm and welcoming space and set up a business which will sustain its long term future as an independent, active travel hub, supporting Levenshulme and neighbours...
- The Cafe (quality food and drink) - The Work Station (co-working and hot-desk spaces) - Bike Station (bike repair, bike equipment and bike and trailer hire) - The Goods Depot (gift and food retail) - The Viewing Platform (flexible event/meeting space) - Station Green (outdoor space with permaculture inspired gardens, informal play area, a shipping container workshop and accessible path from greenway to Station South) - Artvert - The Social Advertising Board (outside art gallery and advertising board)
Stitched Up Co-operative Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Citizenship and community, Conservation of the natural environment, Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action We work to inspire action on sustainable fashion.

Our name refers to the way we feel the fashion industry affects its workers, its shoppers and the planet. Stitched Up.

Fast fashion compels us to buy more and more clothes, which engulf our wardrobes and stifle opportunities for creative expression. Meanwhile many workers in the global fashion industry are trapped in low-wage...
- Clothes making - Mending & upcycling workshops for organisations and the public - Monthly Repair Cafe - Quarterly clothes swaps - Reclaimed textiles
Swan Kitchens (at Back on Track) Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being Swan Kitchens is Back on Track’s catering social enterprise. Our aim is to provide training, work placements and volunteering opportunities for adults who have had problems with homelessness, mental health, substance misuse or offending, helping people get the skills and experience they need to build a better future. Over 35 people have moved from Swan Kitchens into paid... We offer a range of hot and cold options, salads, cakes, and more, and we have options for gluten free, vegan, vegetarian and halal diets. All our food is prepared fresh on the day of delivery, using good quality ingredients. If there is something you want you don’t see on our menu, please get in touch and we will try to help! You can order online, and we can deliver your food to you - see our booking form for more information.
T.A.P. (The African Pot) Project Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action T.A.P. Project seeks to promote social inclusion for the public benefit by working with people of African origin and African Diaspora in Manchester, the United Kingdom and globally who are socially excluded. A range of training workshops, including unconscious bias, entrepreneurship, resilience and youth leadership among others. We can also provide provide a range of consultancy support for young people and wider community projects, including project management, business support and multi-agency working.
Talk About It Mate CIC Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action A welcoming, friendly and non-judgemental community promoting self-awareness and positive mental health and wellbeing. Delivering peer-support meet-up events, safe spaces for discussion groups, workplace wellbeing training and mental health education for primary schools. - Mental health education - 1:1 talk therapy - Wellbeing workshops
Talkoot CIC Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Citizenship and community, Conservation of the natural environment, Family, friends and relationships, Mental health and well-being, Physical health Talkoot means ‘a gathering of friends and neighbours to accomplish a task’.

Here at Talkoot CIC we have a love of creativity, of being outside in nature and of making connections with and between the people we meet.
Therefore our particular ‘talkoot’ is to nurture people’s creativity, to encourage healthy mindsets via simple tasks in natural surroundings, and to build...
At Talkoot we provide a specialist learning approach, influenced by Swedish Forest School and Montessori approaches. Within defined boundaries we encourage child-led sessions; giving children an equal, unique, and extremely valuable opportunity to discover nature and their own sense of independence. Being outdoors in our Forest School encourages mindfulness, creates positive relationships, and encourages awareness and responsibility for the environment. Forest School takes a long-term, sustained approach to outdoor learning, and invites children to experience new challenges, take appropriate risks and build self-esteem through achievable tasks.
The Blair Project Employment, training and education The Blair Project is a disruptive social enterprise that exists to inspire the next generation of high tech engineers through electric karting and digital manufacturing & design project based activities to enthuse young people (aged 15-18) to pursue careers in the fast growth science, engineering, technology and digital sectors. - Our ProtoEV STEM Challenge to schools, youth clubs and colleges - 3D printing workshops - Consultancy
The Bridge Service Mental health and well-being, Physical health The Bridge Service is an out-patient eating disorder service located in the centre of Manchester that provides children and young adults with immediate access to multidisciplinary specialist services.

Our overall aim is to increase the accessibility of eating disorder services and aid recovery by providing patients with immediate access to an evidence-based multidisciplinary...
A range of inter-disciplinary eating disorder therapy services: - Assessment - Treatment programmes - Training - Assistance at home and school
The Circus House Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Citizenship and community, Mental health and well-being, Physical health We work with many local organisations, public and private, in order to bring circus into more spaces. We are a community interest company committed to investing the proceeds of our work into providing better training facilities and opportunities for our community.

“A team of teachers, technical staff, volunteers, friends, members and visitors make The Circus House an...
We offer classes, workshops, training space, teachers and performers for hire and we run community shows and events throughout the year.
The Digital Life Skills Company Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships, Mental health and well-being We teach young people essential digital life skills, enabling them to thrive in a digital world. Fully-facilitated workshops (in-school and in non-educational settings), classroom resources for teachers, training programmes for teachers, family learning workshops.
The Goodness Collective CIC Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action The Goodness Collective is a Community Interest Company helping to connect businesses to their community and supporting unemployed women in Stockport through their Wave of Change programme. We specialise in providing assistance to the VCSE sector and businesses in building meaningful and sustainable relationships for mutual benefit. - Memberships to businesses who want to make better connections with their local communities - Paid events in order to develop a local cross sector networking and community funding pot model - Our fully funded Wave Of Change support programme for unemployed women in Stockport (partnering with Pursuing Individual Excellence)
The Proud Trust - Sidney St Cafe Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being Sidney St Cafe is a cafe and outside catering business based within Manchester's LGBT+ Centre. We believe food is a great way to bring people together and we provide great quality, excellent value food whilst supporting young LGBT+ people.

PLEASE NOTE: Sidney Street Cafe is currently closed, as we re build our home the LGBT+ Centre, due to open 2021.
We are looking forward to...
Sidney Street Cafe is currently closed, as we re build our home the LGBT+ Centre, due to open 2021. We are looking forward to returning to our original home on Sidney Street in the Summer of 2021 when the new building is due for completion.
The Van (BACKUP North West) Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships, Housing and local facilities The Van is part of BACKUP; a charity in Bolton that works with young people who are homeless.

The Van is a mobile coffee van, servicing the North West and selling a range of local hot drinks, cold drinks and cake. The young people on the BACKUP projects, along with external supporters, volunteer in the van to gain valuable skills and work experience.
Our mobile coffee van serves a range of hot and cold drinks along with local, homemade cakes.
Third Sector Accountancy Employment, training and education, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action We are a firm of Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors offering accountancy services primarily to those in the third sector. We’re unique in being organised as a workers co-operative and in offering an ethical and co-operative approach to the provision of financial services. We are currently a team of nine, able to offer a wealth of accounting, auditing and book-... - Year end accounts - Book-keeping - Payroll; - Advice and consultancy - VAT support services - Corporation tax returns - Assurance
Unique Improvements Citizenship and community, Family, friends and relationships, Mental health and well-being, Physical health We work to reduce health inequalities within deprived communities through community engagement - community engagement - research - social marketing
Unlimited Potential Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships, Housing and local facilities, Income and financial inclusion, Mental health and well-being, Physical health, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action Unlimited Potential is a democratically-controlled social enterprise that specialises in social innovation for happiness and health. Unlimited Potential was the first organisation in northern England to gain the national Social Enterprise Mark, holds the Investors in People Standard and the Fair Tax Mark, and is an accredited Living Wage Employer. The Society won Greater... - Social innovation - Health and well-being - Employability Unlimited Potential provides a range of high-quality, personal services which aim to help people and communities to make a real difference to their lives and neighbourhoods. Through creative and innovative solutions, we tackle personal and social issues which enable individuals and communities to use their strengths and assets in new ways which can fulfil their full potential. We focus on the needs of our customers and respond with appropriate and relevant services which deliver real outcomes – the difference made by people to their own lives.
UP CIC Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships UP is a new community interest company that has been set up to work with adults and young people to provide training, education and support around creating and sustaining successful personal relationships - Supporting schools to deliver healthy relationships and sex education - Adult training - Supporting adults to create and manage successful personal relationships. - Accreditation - Supporting employers to identify and use best practice around domestic abuse issues
Upturn Enterprise Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships, Housing and local facilities, Income and financial inclusion, Mental health and well-being, Physical health, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action Upturn is a recognised Social Enterprise, committed to working in deprived areas to help improve lives, create job opportunities, support people into work and encourage enterprise. We also seek to reduce homelessness, improve health and wellbeing and strengthen community assets. A range of services relating to business; innovation & enterprise; people & resources; community and amenities. Our services are inter-linked so that we can ensure, from the outset, that you have the right blend to meet your needs. We can help existing businesses remove obstacles to growth, encourage and support start-up and fledgling enterprises. Get the best people and the best out of them and help initiate and deliver community based projects. Each key business area is directed by qualified staff with extensive hands-on knowledge and experience gained in the public, private and third sectors.

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