"Emmaus is a great place to change bad habits and sort your life out. It’s also a good place for making friends. I’m grateful for the help and support I’ve got here."
"If you are serious about changing and you want to get your head sorted, Emmaus is the best place to be. The companionship is really important, I’ve made some great friends and there is always someone here for you when you’re having a bad day."
“When I came to Emmaus Salford I felt like I fit in straight away”
Find out more about rewarding volunteer roles within the Emmaus Salford community and social enterprise.
Emmaus Salford is honoured to have received The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
Michael, Emmaus Salford companion
“I’d say to all the people who support Emmaus, keep helping us out. We are doing good things and want to keep on doing good things – for ourselves and the wider Salford community.”
Pat, former Emmaus Salford companion
“Since I joined Emmaus I’ve been the happiest I’ve been for a long time, especially here at Emmaus Salford.”
Paul Dennett, Mayor of Salford
“It’s organisations like Emmaus and others within our great city that pull together in these times of austerity to provide real opportunities for people in desperate, destitute situations.”
Jenni, former Emmaus Salford companion
“Emmaus is an opportunity to live instead of surviving. It has given me confidence, a new beginning and a life.”
Rebecca Long Bailey, MP for Salford and Eccles
“I would like to congratulate all those involved in the project and the companions at Emmaus who are providing a fantastic resource for the residents of Salford.”
Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Mr Warren Smith
“I was extremely impressed by the whole project and what a warm and inviting place it is. Emmaus Salford is a remarkable charity that cares for and respects people (and they do good cakes too).”