The Mayor of Trafford, Councillor Dolores O'Sullivan, has chosen three charities to support for the municipal year, 2023/24.
Little Green Sock Project
Supporting people in Trafford, this charity is on a mission to help reduce the financial burden of clothing for families in need. By reusing and gifting clothing and children's items donated by the local community. They also create a positive change in behaviour towards a more circular economy. Visit the Little Green Sock Project website for more information.
Trafford Domestic Abuse Services
Offers support to individuals and families living or working in the Trafford area who are suffering or who have suffered domestic abuse.
They provide both intervention and prevention services and work in partnership with other voluntary organisations to support families across Greater Manchester. Visit the Trafford Domestic Abuse Services website for more information.
Medecins Sans Frontieres
Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) also known as Doctors without Borders is an international humanitarian organisation providing medical care in more than 72 countries. Since 1971, they have been treating people caught in complex crises and chronic healthcare emergencies around the world.
From their paediatric nurses to off-road drivers, MSF are experts at working in fast-moving and highly-insecure environments.Visit the Medecins Sans Frontieres website for more information.
How to donate
If you would like to make a contribution to the Mayor's chosen charities, you can do so online or by post.
Visit the Mayor's JustGiving page to make a donation.
Send a cheque made payable to "Mayor of Trafford's Charity Fund" and send it to:
Mayor's Office, Trafford Town Hall, Talbot Road, Stretford M32 0TH