Step Together | Transforming lives through volunteering

Step Together Volunteering helps those people most in need of support to transform their lives

 through community volunteering.  Working through a team of outreach workers we provide tailored 

one-to-one support to help individuals into volunteering placements that match their needs and interests, 

and help them develop the personal and practical skills required to build a more positive future. 

 

 

 

Stepping up to share their achievements 

Our clients tell you - in their own words - the impact Step Together has had on their lives  

 

 

Latest news

Sir David Latham: How community volunteering can prevent re-offending

13 December 2017

While I was handling criminal cases as a barrister, judge and in the Court of Appeal, I was aware that the critical time for offenders is the period straight after they leave the system. People with a history of convictions must find an ‘anchor’ to make that change to a life without crime. And the longer it takes them to find this anchor or purpose, the more likely it is they will return to prison.

As former Chair of the Parole Board for England and Wales, it was clear to me that the...

Listen again to Step Together on Manchester North FM

6 December 2017

Earlier today Karen, Volunteering Project Manager in Manchester, and her client Mooch joined the Volunteer Centre Manchester on their monthly radio show, VCM FM, on North Manchester FM. They were both interviewed about the work of Step Together and the impact volunteering has had for our clients.

Karen, who works on our Reducing Re-offending programme talked about the support we provide, who we...

Former Prison Governor and our trustee, Julia Killick appeals for your help this Christmas

5 December 2017

People on release from prison need more personal support, someone to turn to. Without it, that person will likely be back inside. I know this, because I have seen it throughout my career in the prison service.

Almost all men and women who are in prison have complex issues that have led to offending; mental health needs, drug and alcohol addictions, experience of abuse, just to name a few. Unless these needs are addressed, the individual is vulnerable to falling back to their old...

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