M3 launches it’s Sponsor a Room campaign

JUST 50p would help M3 Project provide a vulnerable young person with a room for a night.

M3 is based in Rawtenstall, but works with young people aged 16-25 throughout East Lancashire in Rossendale, Burnley, Pendle, Hyndburn and soon in the Ribble Valley.

Project Manager Alan Dorrington said:

“We recently gained charitable status and know that our finances will be changing because local authorities face budget cuts. As a result, we are reviewing our income and have introduced three ways that people can help M3. They can Sponsor a Room for a vulnerable young person, make a one-off donation or agree to a monthly donation that can also be used to help our teenage family project.

Many people wrongly perceive homelessness to be a Manchester or London problem with people living in cardboard boxes, but it also affects rural areas, where people will ‘sofa surf’ seeking temporary accommodation in a friend’s house. M3 has been working in East Lancashire since 2003 and has helped hundreds of young people rebuild their lives.

By helping our organisation you are not just providing a vulnerable young person with a safe place they can call home, you are also helping them get access to training, education or work and learn life skills so they can go on to live independently.”

If you would like to Sponsor a Room for a young person or just make a donation to support our work, please visit our donation page here


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