​​The African Voice in Moston is a Charity established to give voice to the voiceless through representation, supports for struggling & Isolated families and Marginalised individuals within the community through Advice, Counselling, Advocacy, Referrals and Outreach. We offer services to enables and promotes better livelihood, interaction, youth inclusion and better understanding of the various cultures within the community.

We will continue to work with organisations and agencies willing to respect our core values to help deliver excellent services to the people of the community. Our Drop-in service are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday from 10.00am to 3.00pm, in addition to our community well-being support, we offer Culturally appropriated  Food Parcel every Thursday from 1pm to 3pm at our communal Office Shout Tmo Building,1st Floor, 54 Kilnside Drive. Harpurhey. M9 5QP. Manchester.

We also run an emergency food bank service for families and individuals faced with hardship through self referrals and referrals by local authorities, agencies and organisations within the community. The referral process would require a summary of the individual/family situation on a letter headed paper emailed to africanvoiceinmoston@yahoo.com accompanied by a quick phone call to inform us of the referral. we can not always guarantee emergency food parcel, due to increase in demand and limited resources, but we will try our best.

Areas we cover  are Harpurhey, Blackley, Monsall, Moston, Crumpsal, Collyhurst and Dam-head, other areas within Greater Manchester are considered through referrals only and due to our limited resources some areas might be turned down. Our services are delivered by committed and trained volunteers, it’s quicker to whatsapp us on 07440775115 with your name, followed by your queries or  leave us a text message.

our history

African Voice In Moston

October 2011 – African voice in Moston opens as a small community group, supporting families through counselling, Advice and Outreach we are staffed by volunteers.


January 2012 – Launched a Drop-in centre. to enable stability, better cultural understanding, cohesion and easy access to information for migrating family to settle better within their community.


July 2014 – African voice in Moston "Collect & Go" food bank project was established to support isolated families, Young mothers, Low-income individuals, vulnerable adult with benefit sanction and the registered destitute in need.


May 2016  -Moved Office to a bigger community premises that now enables more services to the community and volunteers too.

September 2021 - Feel Good Session

we now offer a series of well-being activities, which includes massages, meditation, Games, light snacks with a beverage and many more.