The Greengate Trust’s ‘We’re In It Together’ Project


The Greengate Trust are currently carrying out their incredible ‘We’re in it Together’ project with the Strengthening Faith Institutions micro-grant. Through this project the trust are offering many services including: help-line and advice services (such as a help-line for the vulnerable, and a counselling and bereavement service); delivery services (such as hot-meal deliveries to the elderly, vulnerable and homeless people, and medication delivery services); a mobile ‘shop’ which they bring to vulnerable persons within the community to allow them to ‘shop’ for essential items.

This project has been extremely successful so far, with tens of people in the local community being reached with this wonderful service. Not only have the Greengate Trust provided their local communities with much-needed resources, but they have also reminded vulnerable people that they are not alone during these difficult, and often isolating, times.

‘Thank you to the Greengate Trust and its volunteers […] for the delivery of comfort packs for the patients at Royal Oldham. These packs make such a difference to the patients’ – Northern Care Alliance NHS Group

‘They are caring and friendly and so helpful. It was my first experience today with them as I am in isolation as I am vulnerable […] They certainly made my day. There is humanity out there! Keep up the good work guys.’ – Andrea Pearson

‘Amazing! Just turned up on my mum’s street and gave everyone everything they needed – washing powders/toys for the kids/milk/break/eggs – everything. Absolutely lost for words. – Chloe Ryan

‘Our residents have received comfort packages from a local trust. We would all like to say a big thank you’ – Coppice Care Home

‘I would just like to say a big thank you for knocking on mine and all my neighbours’ doors, asking if we were okay and if we needed anything. It’s so nice to see all our community working as one…Thank you.’ – Anonymous