Star date: 6th February 2015
CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED TO SAVE VITAL SAFETY NET FOR MOST VULNERABLE PEOPLE IN SALFORD
"We will forced to move clients into empty properties with no furniture" Project 34
Save Salford Discretionary Support Scheme (SDSS)
Thursday 12th February 7pm
Swinton Royal British Legion
Following cuts in ConDem Government funding, to be followed through by Saford Council, a campaign is being launched to save the Salford Discretionary Support Scheme (SDSS), which provides crisis support for some of the city's most vulnerable people – including women fleeing domestic violence, children who are victims of food poverty and homeless people with support needs.
The campaign - backed by Salford Independent Domestic Abuse Support Service (SIDASS), Salford Central Foodbank, Project 34 and Salford City UNISON – is calling on Salford City Council to continue supporting these groups.
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