Want to Get Involved?

Want to do your bit but not sure where to start? Whether you have ten minutes, or ten months, there are a number of ways for you to get involved with our work.


You could volunteer in any of our projects. You could teach at our supplementary school, help young refugees adjust to a new life, or take part in a fundraising challenge – whatever takes your fancy.

You could be helping residents, groups and associations in Ardwick, Longsight arears of Manchester to develop their collective power to act together for the common good, through using 'Root Solution Listening Matters', a dialogue and action-based programme that supports transformational change in individuals, groups, organisations and institutions. Find out ways you could volunteer and use your skills to take social action.

Volunteer with Manchester Sudanese Tree Development Community


Fundraise for Manchester Sudanese Tree Development Community and your efforts will lift lives in some of the most deprived communities in Manchester - for good.

From organising your own event to recycling old phones, there are a lot of ways to get fundraising for us. Have a look around and choose something that suits you. Once you've chosen, let us know and we can give you all the support you need. Find all the ideas, inspiration and resources you need.

Some fundraising ideas include:
Playing Bingo, Bucket collection, Cake sale, Charity ball, Coffee morning, Dinner party, etc.

Find out everything you need to know about paying in your fundraising money - online, by phone or post.

Fundraise for Manchester Sudanese Tree Development Community

Let's Sow Seed

Let's Sow Seed allows keen gardeners to share their passion, while helping people who experience multiple deprivation. Meanwhile, you can go along for a nosey - and maybe get a cup of tea and slice of cake. We embark on regular garden trips.

There is always something new to learn in the garden, for instance you could learn how to winter sow. Winter sowing is the planting of seeds in the winter. Yes, the winter. By planting seeds in winter they are subjected to cold temperatures as if they had fallen to the soil naturally from the plant. In nature, plants drop seeds in the fall, seeds lay dormant on the soil until temperatures are right for germination.

Winter sowing is a way to mimic nature. Find out how you could get involved.

Let's Sow Seed with Manchester Sudanese Tree Development Community

Corporate Address

Unit 18 Cariocca Business Park
2, Hellidon Close
M12 4AH
United Kingdom

T: 0161 273 3029

Network & Support partners

Longsight/Ardwick Neighbourhood Police Team
Community Safety Partnership (CSP)
Manchester Refugee Support Network
Manchester City Council
Manchester University
Refugee Welcome Project Manchester
Forest Commission Manchester
Red Rose Forest (RRF)
Black Environment Network (BEN)

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