Emma Schauf has been supporting Micah Liverpool for the past year and has now returned to America. Before she left she gave us her thoughts... ''I came to Liverpool knowing I was being labelled as a social justice intern. I was moving into a house which was primarily focused on hospitality and social justice and knew… Continue reading Micah Liverpool says goodbye to Tsedaqah intern
We’ve been very busy with our volunteers this week. Our volunteer programme has been recruiting another cohort who will be appearing around the cathedral and food banks from next week as they start a 9 week journey to help them move closer to employment. We’ve seen time and time again the benefit that volunteering can have on someone’s… Continue reading Volunteers Week 2018 is here!
We had a wonderful visit from Kate who volunteers with Oasis Church Trust, Liverpool this afternoon. She knew that we kneaded bread for our food banks after meeting and chatting to our driver, Matt. Kate told us she had a car full of bread but we knew we could rise to the challenge of taking,… Continue reading Call Us Butter, Cos We’re On a Roll!
When you Google the term ‘Community Market’ you get a small range of results. From the community market in Sefton to Granby Four Streets and as far afield as Seoul and Ohio, they all focus on giving platforms to small, independent businesses so they can sell their wares to the local public. Our definition of… Continue reading Community Market a Hit for Micah Liverpool
Micah Liverpool had a successful launch event on Tuesday 20th February. Featuring the magnificent Lady Chapel as our backdrop we were able to spread the message about what the new charity's purpose was and what we hope to go on and achieve. Executive Director Paul O'Brien opened the event welcoming the guests in attendance which… Continue reading Micah Liverpool Launch