‘Kindness is King’ is a tale of kindness and acceptance at Christmas time. Join Fairy Fae on her journey to King Street, spreading love and positivity along the way.




many charities in and around Manchester need your support. here are some of the charities Fairy fae meets on their journey to king street this christmas.



Lifeshare is a voluntary organisation established to help meet the needs of homeless and vulnerable people in Manchester and Salford. The first point of contact is with people on the streets, offering practical assistance, support and information. They offer continued assistance that enables people to secure suitable accommodation, support them in maintaining their tenancies, and help them to access initiatives that carry their lives forward.

To find out more or to make a donation, visit lifeshare.org.uk


George House Trust

George House Trust aim to create an environment which respects and welcomes everyone, and in which no form of bullying, harassment, victimisation, disrespectful or discriminatory behaviour is tolerated by anyone towards anyone. This particularly applies in relation to the ‘protected characteristics’ named in the Equality Act 2010: Age, disability, gender reassignment, income, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.

To find out more or to make a donation, visit ght.org.uk


Manchester Cares

Manchester Cares is a community network of younger and older neighbours hanging out and helping one another in their rapidly changing city. They do this because their home town of Manchester is a wonderful place, with innovation and influence, history and heart at its core. There’s always so much going on, from new music to new businesses to new people arriving all the time.

To find out more or to make a donation, visit manchestercares.org.uk


42nd Street

42nd Street are here to support young people with their emotional well-being and mental health by offering a choice of effective, creative, young person-centred and rights-based approaches. The 42nd Street team recognises that many young people feel disempowered, that some services are difficult for them to identify with and access and that their mental health and personal difficulties can be made worse by the health, social, cultural and economic inequalities that they might experience.

To find out more or to make a donation, visit 42ndstreet.org.uk