On Thursday 20th of June 2019, in commemoration of the refugee week, and in partnership with Journeys Festival, The Revive Women’s Group made a formal presentation of the 4 x 2 Meters fabric Banners project they have been working on for
Imagine for a second it's a June weekend - a bright and sunny Saturday morning and the World Cup is already well under way. But as the teams battle it out to qualify for the quarter final stages another world cup is just kicking off - this
One of our lovely volunteers Cody is raising money for us via JustGiving. Here she explains why she is running for Revive, and how you can support us in the work that we do.
"For the past few months I have been volunteering at
Manchester Day is a fantastic annual event that celebrates everything great about our wonderful city. It is a day for families, residents and visitors to get together and celebrate all things Mancunian - the things that have made
This week we're incredibly excited to announce that
our book, Voices, is available to purchase on Amazon.
For the past 18 months an important and inspiring project has been in the making here at Revive. We are now
As we celebrate Black History Month one of our ESOL volunteers writes about the importance of recognition, understanding and cohesion now more than ever.
Recognising the contemporary context of Black History Month could never have
Day trips and walks organised by Revive and other charitable groups mean such a lot to our service users – but they can also have a profound effect on our volunteers. Earlier this month, we headed up to Clitheroe in Lancashire’s
During this week of appreciation, Revive would like to thank all of its volunteers for their invaluable contribution. With such a great team , Revive is able to continue delivering support and assistance for their service users. #Thank
“I am glad I did it for Revive. I was happy that my dad practised and ran the half-marathon with me.” A jubilant Hattie Ditton said after a colourful completion of the Great Manchester Run, Sunday 28th May 2017.
Hattie ran the
Sunday 23rd April is World English Language Day, so it’s fitting that we talk about the work that we do to help asylum seekers and refugees with communication. Each Wednesday a team of ESOL volunteers led by two specialist
One of the workshops that we run and feel passionately about the benefits of is our music therapy workshop.
Every Wednesday, between the hours of 9 and 2, the sound of drums, singing and laughter can be heard streaming from the
On Friday 25th November, the Greater Manchester Refugee Support Partnership put on a ‘Volunteer Celebration Event’, to thank and celebrate the volunteers who make their work possible.
Staff and volunteers from all the partnership