Founded in 1833, the Gaddum Centre is a leading provider of services to disadvantaged people in Greater Manchester.
We work with children, adults and families, and offer a range of services, listening, advising and supporting them to a better tomorrow.
The Gaddum Centre is committed to providing services which embrace diversity and that promote equality of opportunity. For more information on our commitment to equality and diversity click on this link: Gaddum Commitment to Equality and Diversity
We have an outstanding reputation for the events that we organise and the thorough training we offer in the field of social care. Read more >>
Our history has reflected the changing needs of Manchester for almost 200 years and makes compelling reading.
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You will be in good company when you support us. Elizabeth Gaskell, Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte and Winston Churchill have all made donations or given help.
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