Support our work: Supporters and Principal Partners Schemes

Supporters Scheme

GMPA logo with we support GMPA 2018 for GM Poverty ActionGreater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA) exists because of the support of likeminded organisations across Greater Manchester, and beyond, who share GMPA’s desire to see an end to poverty in our city region. Individuals and organisations can now sign up to our paid Supporters Scheme. Your voluntary contribution will support us to continue and grow our work.

Organisations who sign up as supporters will be listed on our website, and will be sent a “Greater Manchester Poverty Action Supporter” image for use in their own publicity.

To sign up as a 2018 supporter please complete this online form. This page will automatically generate an invoice. If you don’t receive an invoice within a few minutes, please check your junk/spam folder.  Suggested annual payments are provided and based on organisational sector and size. Payments made prior to 30th April 2018 will cover membership of the paid Supporters Scheme for 2018.

We ask that supporters adhere to values and ethos of GMPA.

Principal Partners Scheme

GMPA logo with 'Principal Partner 2018' for GM Poverty Action

In addition to our Supporters Scheme, we have launched a Principal Partners Scheme. This allows organisations to support GMPA with larger pledges of funding and support. We are delighted that the following organisations have signed up as Principal Partners from 2018.

If you or your organisation is interested in becoming a Principal Partner please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

 


Principal Partner statements

“It’s often said that Greater Manchester is a thriving and exciting place to be. If you’re doing well, that’s true. But it is not true for everyone. We have not eliminated poverty. There are still massive differences in the opportunities, wealth and life expectancy of people who live and work here. Macc is a supporter of GMPA because we want to call attention to these issues, the factors which cause them and build a movement for change.”

Mike Wild, Chief Executive of Macc

 

 

“JRF are pleased to support the important work of GMPA, helping to raise awareness of poverty and what action can be taken to solve it within Greater Manchester. Their efforts to strengthen the voice of people in poverty is particularly important at a time when the city is adjusting to a new style of leadership under a Metro Mayor.”

Mike Hawking, Acting Policy and Research Manager

 

 

CoE Manchester Diocese logo for GM Poverty Action supporter“As one of the delivery partners behind the Greater Manchester Poverty Commission, the Diocese of Manchester is pleased to support the objectives and ongoing work of Greater Manchester Poverty Action. We welcome the opportunity to listen to the voices of those whose lives are most affected by poverty, to share with others the task of addressing issues across the sub-region, and together to build a better future for our people and communities.” 

 The Rt Revd David Walker, Bishop of Manchester

 

 

Trafford Housing Trust Suporter logo for GM Poverty Action“Trafford Housing Trust is proud to be involved with initiatives to address poverty. Our work directly addresses the causes of poverty and reduces its impact. We collaborate with others with the aim of making the NW a region where no one is marginalised or discriminated against due to their financial circumstances and everyone has the chance of a decent and secure life. We want everyone to be able to heat their home; pay their rent; pay for essential food and clothing for themselves and their family; meet their household bills and transport costs and to be able to participate in social and cultural activities. We recognise the leadership GMPA provides on poverty-related matters and support its work as it closely aligns to our vision of a society transformed, free from poverty, inequality and injustice”

Fay Jackson, Community Investment Manager, Trafford Housing Trust

 

Chris HoughSupporters and Principal Partners