Salford Assist offers short-term support to people in a crisis, emergency or major disaster situation. Applications are discretionary and there to help meet one-off needs rather than on-going expenses.
They may be able to help with essential items for you or your family including food, nappies, emergency gas or electric and essential furniture and white goods.
For further information click here.
Salford Credit Union has been working in the city for more than 30 years, offering affordable loans and savings solutions which help the local community.
They provide a variety of loan options, with support to manage your finances by saving what you can and only borrowing what you can afford.
For more information click here.
An interactive map highlighting food banks and community pantries has been produced by Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and can be accessed here.
Click on your location to see who can help in your area.
The government has brought together information about the various support available to help with the rising cost of living.
It includes information about income support; energy bills; household support; childcare costs; transport costs and discounts and savings.
Click here for details.