We are very fortunate to be supported by volunteers they enable us to deliver a quality service to women and children affected by Domestic Abuse.
Here are statements written by four of our amazing volunteers
Voluntee... Read more
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?”
Martin Luther King
Volunteers Week falls between 1st and 7th June. It’s a week in which we can celebrate volunteers and thank them... Read more
“I’ve been searching for ways to heal myself, and I’ve found that kindness is the best way.” – Lady Gaga
If kindness was condensed into pill form and sold at the chemist’s, it would be flying off the she... Read more
Is he using the virus to control you?
When discussing the massive reductions in admissions to casualty departments currently, a doctor in one hospital mentioned that despite this, he had noticed a significant rise in ad... Read more
Working from home – keep your worlds separate
Is the coronavirus crisis forcing you to work from home for the first time? Are you struggling to separate home life from work life now they’re in the same setti... Read more
Stalking during corona lockdown
National Stalking Awareness Week is 20th to 24th April this year. There has never been another point in history when the stalking of domestic abuse survivors has been more prevalent and m... Read more
A secure future for Broxtowe Women’s Project, thanks to a five year grant from Reaching Communities Community Fund
An increased number of women and children fleeing domestic abuse in the Nottingham Borough... Read more
In an abusive relationship during corona lockdown - we need a plan!
Domestic abuse is terrifying, even more so when there are few options to escape the family home due to the social isolation that’s been i... Read more
Self-care has never been more important
Suffering lockdown, worrying about finances, home schooling, concerns about health, isolation from support networks, spending even more time holed up with an abusive partner... Read more