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WHAG

Manchester

Welcome to WHAG’s item donation shop! Here you can browse and purchase the items that WHAG need this month. 
Give Today then make sure your donation is delivered directly to their door.

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Women’s Housing Action Group (WHAG) was established in Rochdale in 1981 by Rose Sumner. The aim of the organisation was to provide affordable supported accommodation to women aged 16-65 who were homeless, and Rose was determined that the accommodation would be affordable for women in employment.

Donation Shop

The items listed here are those currently needed by WHAG. When you purchase a donation through this store, your exact purchased item is sent directly to WHAG. They can then distribute or use the donated items as required, making a real, tangible difference to someone’s life. It also means that WHAG don’t have to spend money donations on items, and can instead use it for those things only money can buy.

There is no minimum order size, and all items include free delivery.

WHAG don’t pay for their donation shop, and Give Today use just £0.50 of the item prices below to cover transaction costs and price fluctuations from suppliers. Give Today don’t profit from the sale of any items on the website.

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WHAG at work:

WHAG began life as Rochdale Women’s Housing Aid Group in 1981. Their aim was to provide affordable supported accommodation to homeless women aged 16-65. At the time, there was no housing for homeless and vulnerable women in Rochdale, with homeless accommodation only available for single men, or women who were victims of domestic abuse. Rose Sumner, WHAG’s founder, set up a hostel on the Cloverhall Estate which offered shared accommodation for homeless women.

Rose Court consists of 16 self-contained one bedroom flats, with their own kitchens and bathrooms, for vulnerable homeless women. One flat also has extra adaptations so it is more suitable for disabled people. There are also support workers who assist clients to develop the skills and resources to find and keep tenancies when they leave the project.

WHAG also run a young parents service, Gabriel Court, where they offer a range of support for young parents (up to the age of 25) to best meet the needs of those referred. These services include: supported housing for 16 – 21 year olds with a baby, parenting group programmes, domestic abuse group programmes, children and young person specific interventions, 1-1 support, counselling, and court support and legal remedies.

EMPOWERMENT – CHOICE – STRENGTH – CHANGE

In addition, WHAG also offer various outreach and floating support services in Rochdale, Bury and Cheshire West and Chester. Over the years, these have included specialist services for black and minority ethnic clients, support for men who are victims of domestic abuse, training and workshops, and refuge services.

Other ways you can help:

Donate Money

Click here to be re-directed to WHAG's monetary donation page. Give Today don't look to, or encourage the replacement of money donations, rather compliment them!

Visit their website

Visit the WHAG website for all the information you could require including contact details, upcoming events, impact reports and much more.

Follow WHAG on socials

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Different Website - Same Concept!

The Hope Revolution CIC has undergone a rebranding for their donation shops, and you have been automatically re-routed to the new location. 

The items you purchase here are still those needed by your favourite local organisations, and will still be sent directly to them!