Responding to the cost-of-living crisis

GMPA is supporting efforts to tackle the cost-of-living crisis across Greater Manchester in a number of ways. This page provides information on what we’re doing with links through to relevant resources and information.

You can support us to deliver this work by making a donation. Any contribution, however big or small, will help strengthen our work and respond to the cost-of-living crisis.

Use the links below to access information on different support and activities. This includes information on practical responses to poverty such as the Money Advice Referral Tools and GM Living Wage Campaign and information on accessing support through GMPA’s Maps of support services and the Household Support Fund (delivered by each GM borough). You can also access policy insights and intelligence through our Greater Manchester Poverty Monitor and Policy and Research updates.

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External Resources

This section provides links through to external resources that can be used to support people experiencing or at risk of financial hardship.

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GMPA’s work involves engaging with stakeholders across Greater Manchester. The network includes over 1700 organisations and individuals from across the private, public and VCSE sectors who receive our fortnightly newsletter. Members of this network also attend our events, engage in our policy and programmes work and work with us to identify responses to poverty across the city region.

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