How Manchester's staff, students and alumni are helping to combat the impact of COVID-19
See the many ways in which our people are making a difference.
Meet the Manchester alumnus and student teaming up at the Rainbow Hospital in Deeside.
Creative Writing PhD students are helping schoolchildren get lyrical during lockdown.
Staff share their experiences of working at Manchester Royal Infirmary during COVID-19.
The fund, established by the University, will go to students experiencing financial hardship as a result of the pandemic.
Dr Ali Haider has delivered more than 450 care packages to frontline staff who have been living in hotels during lockdown.
Manchester law students are volunteering their services during the holidays to help people affected by coronavirus.
Sophie Galpin is playing a part in the creative industries’ recovery.
An IT staff member is creating protective equipment on his home 3D printer to equip NHS staff.
The University’s catering team is providing an industrial kitchen to help local charities create nutritious meals for those in need.
An academic has helped Manchester City Council test thousands of pieces of PPE to be delivered to key workers.
Thomas Henley, a Biomedical Sciences graduate, has created a documentary about the impact of Asperger's Syndrome on mental health.
A PhD student has been helping to reduce food waste by providing meals and food products to people in Manchester.
Olivia-Faye Dickinson, a third-year Materials Science and Engineering student, is voluntarily sewing scrubs for NHS staff in her local area.
Technicians from the School of Architecture are designing and building urgently needed PPE visors for NHS staff.
Manchester staff are volunteering their skills to support NHS clinical services and help tackle COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Manchester students are helping NHS workers by collecting groceries, babysitting, pet-walking and manning GP receptions.
The University’s on-campus food operator is using its resources to help vulnerable members of the community.
Our Residences Catering teams adapted their services to protect students during changing lockdown rules.
The University is repurposing 3D printers to produce headbands for face masks worn by front-line NHS staff, battling COVID-19.
Our Car Parks team opened the car parks to NHS heroes who are turning up to work every day to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.