A group of Nottingham women who came together while receiving support for their experience of domestic abuse are encouraging others to join them as they walk to raise awareness this May.
The women from across Broxtowe... Read more
Christmas is usually a popular time for us when it comes to receiving donations, but 2020 has been like no other! After a strange year and a very tough one for so many, we have been inundated with kind offers of donation... Read more
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
Broxtowe Women's Project are excited to launch their new fundraising pack 'Afternoon Tea for BWP' this will hopefully get people together sharing the experience of afternoon tea and raising vital funding for women and c... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s project would like to say a huge well done to the two members of staff and the Trustee who successfully completed a sprint triathlon and an even bigger thank you to those who sponsored them.
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Broxtowe Women's Project (BWP) is delighted to announce it is to receive support from Hope Community Gospel Choir after it was nominated by a member and has been voted to be one of the musical group’s charities of th... Read more
A fantastic donation of more than £1000 has been given to Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) after three fund-raisers took part in the Beeston & Chilwell Garden Trail 2018.
The popular weekend involved more gardens... Read more
We often say that our staff and trustees go above and beyond to support Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) and three of them are set to prove it again by taking part in a sprint triathlon.
Staff members Sarah Dagley and... Read more