Ancoats, Little Hulton & Eccles
Welcome to the Mustard Tree Donation shop! Here you can purchase a much-needed item for someone facing poverty in Greater Manchester. Through paying for essential items like food, toiletries, and appliances, you can provide dignity and opportunity for our clients.
There is no minimum order size, and your items will be delivered directly to Mustard Tree after your purchase
Mustard Tree doesn’t pay for their donation shop and Give Today use just £0.50 of the item prices to cover transaction costs and price fluctuations from suppliers.
Give Today doesn’t profit from the sale of any items on the website.
Mustard Tree at work:
Mustard Tree welcome people from across Greater Manchester to our Community Shops in Ancoats, Eccles and Little Hulton offering access to low-cost food through the food club, clothing and household essentials such as furniture, pots and pans.
Aside from such essentials and just as importantly, they run structured volunteer programmes through which our clients can get involved in the enterprise side of Mustard Tree. The Freedom volunteers help us run successful charity shops, furniture collection/distribution, our professional kitchen and also a metals recycling and flat clearance project in Salford. Mustard Tree provides vocational training as part of the volunteering programme and find work placements for clients who wish to set employment as their goal. They help people into new tenancies through the provision of furniture and items that make up a home and provide support around budgeting and money management. They also advocate for our clients to find emergency accommodation and support clients with landlords to help retain their housing. They help people improve their health and well-being through helping to increase access to health services, providing friendship, community and something meaningful to do.
Mustard Tree tackle poverty of experience through providing creative activities such as art, music, drama and IT/Media resources. By helping people engage creatively, they help build confidence, recover self-esteem and unleash new potential. Some people progress into paid employment but the real joy is see self-confidence and hope return to some of the most disadvantaged and marginalised people in our communities.