Job Vacancy

Vacancy: Full Time Resettlement Worker, Maternity Leave Contract


Author: Alex Simpson

How you can help

To enable us to continue our lifesaving work on the streets of Manchester we need your support...

Donate items

66% of the people we see sleep rough on the streets in all weathers, with others staying in emergency shelters, hostels or even sofa surfing. Donating food can help us serve hot meals, your unwanted clothes can keep our friends warm and dry, and unused toiletries, underwear and socks can help to make those who sleep rough feel human again.


Author: Tom Laker

Fundraising ideas

Swim, cycle, parachute jump, climb a mountain, shave your head, organise an event - the only limit is your imagination! We’ve had people running marathons all over Europe, riding their bikes the length of the country, dressing up as Smurfs and we even had a lady in her mid 80s playing an organ for 14 hours non-stop!


Author: Tom Laker

Volunteer for us

Barnabus relies on over 90 volunteers a week to open our doors and welcome people who need a friend. We have volunteers from all over Greater Manchester, as well as Cheshire and Lancashire, all age groups and all walks of life.


Author: Sample Content


Of our visitors were sleeping rough in Manchester

90 people

Are served a cooked breakfast every week day


Visits to our Beacon drop-in centre this year


Man hours provided by our volunteers this year

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Upcoming events

  • Salford Rough Runner

    You won’t even need to leave the city limits as you run around the quays facing a series of obstacles. Read more

  • RENU at the Manchester Craft and DesignCentre

    RENU our furniture upcycling and employability skills project will be exhibiting some of their work at MCDC - Manchester Craft & Design Centre on Friday, open between 10.30am – 5pm. Read more

Latest news

  • Healthcare at the Beacon

    We believe that everybody has the right to access basic medical care. Unfortunately, one of the biggest difficulties rough sleepers face is registering with a GP. With no fixed abode, homeless people are often turned away from walk-in clinics, or discharged from A&E facilities without any patient care or follow-up. Read more