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Volunteer at The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid)

As global concern about the current COVID-19 outbreak grows, we’re doing our best to keep everyone healthy and safe in the workplace while also minimizing the disruptions to our day-to-day operations. We are currently suspending new Volunteer Applications until the situation across the service is clearer.

Volunteering is a great way to support us.  Our team is constantly growing and we welcome applications from applicants of all ages, backgrounds and levels of experience from novice to expert!

Please take a look at our role descriptions below for information about the roles we have and when we need volunteers and the application process.

Please complete the application form below and e-mail it to

For Counselling Roles we need a little bit more information - just follow the tab below for what we need.

Esther Lisk-Carew,  Volunteer Coordinator will then contact you to discuss what roles are currently available, to book a taster session, meet with you to talk about roles and your availability. 

If you need more information or to speak to the Volunteers Coordinator- drop into the museum on any Thursday between 11am and 3pm or call 0161 273 5673 during office hours  or email


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