Our Partners

BWP recognises the value of Partnership.

By working together with a range of experts to share knowledge, we will be able to make an even bigger difference to the families we support. We are proud to say that we are White Ribbon accredited.

Here are some of the Partners we support:

PayPlan logo
UK says no more
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the topaz centre

Often, the families we support need dedicated help to attain financial independence.

We are delighted to work closely with PayPlan, who offer free, simple debt advice to our clients.

PayPlan’s mission is to help people become debt-free through clear, honest advice and debt solutions that work.

Their dedicated vulnerable client team has grown over recent years to ensure that our particularly vulnerable clients receive appropriate support. PayPlan is now a recognised leader in its offering for vulnerable clients. This is demonstrated by PayPlan’s internal and external training programmes, which BWP helped them develop.

BWP have also been pleased to work alongside PayPlan in the development of our Financial Wellbeing materials, and alongside this we have developed a training package looking at Domestic Abuse and Economic Abuse.

PayPlan logo

Website: www.payplan.com

We are delighted to partner with UK SAYS NO MORE

UK SAYS NO MORE seeks to unite and strengthen a diverse community of members of the public and organisations nationwide to actively take a stand against domestic abuse and sexual violence under one powerful, visual symbol.

The campaign provides open-source tools and resources for individuals and organisations to take action and get involved in making a difference.

Be part of the response by Believing, Responding and Referring.

BWP supports UK SAYS NO MORE’s Safe Spaces initiative whereby pharmacies across the UK provide Safe Spaces in their consultation rooms for people experiencing domestic abuse.

Find out more: Safe Spaces Locations – UK SAYS NO MORE


Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) has progressed their campaigning to end all male violence against women and girls by receiving White Ribbon Accreditation. (October 2021)

White Ribbon is a global campaign that encourages people, especially men and boys, to take action individually, and collectively, and change the behaviour and culture that leads to abuse and violence against women and girls.

On White Ribbon day each year, men throughout the world are encouraged to recognise the necessity for them to stand up and take responsibility in working towards a future without violence against women and girls.

Although initiated by men, White Ribbon and all it stands for has been embraced by many groups within the community including colleges, businesses and women’s groups such as BWP. It’s a time when communities can get together and embrace a common goal of doing everything possible to eliminate misogynistic hate towards women.

For the story about our accreditation, please visit Nottinghamshire Domestic Abuse charity receives distinguished White Ribbon Accreditation – Broxtowe Women’s Project (broxtowewomensproject.org.uk)

Check out our news pages for more details on White Ribbon day and the work that BWP are doing to ensure this important message is heard all year round.



Website: www.whiteribbon.org.uk


BWP colleagues celebrate their White Ribbon accreditation

The Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse (EIDA) are a growing network of employers that come from a wide variety of sectors, working collectively to take action on domestic abuse.

EIDA work with their members and partners to ensure every business is equipped with the tools they need to better support their employees affected by domestic abuse.

Only through greater awareness, relationship building and the sharing of best practice can we make a systematic change to the way domestic abuse is thought about and handled in the UK. EIDA believe that every employer plays an important part in that.

When employers demonstrate that they are aware of domestic abuse and make staff aware of the services that are available, this can help to reduce the wall of silence about domestic abuse that prevents many from seeking help.

Website: www.eida.org.uk

Hestia support adults and children in times of crisis. They deliver services across London and the surrounding regions, as well as campaigning and advocating nationally on the issues that affect the people they work with.

This includes victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people.

Hestia are the home of UK SAYS NO MORE, bringing together a diverse coalition of individuals, charities, businesses and public sector organisations to campaign for an end to domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Hestia’s ‘Everyone’s Business’ works with employers so that they can provide information, resources and practical guidance to employees who have experienced domestic abuse.

When employers take action and respond to domestic abuse it saves lives.

Website: hestia.org

Bright Sky is a mobile app and website for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, or who is worried about someone else.

We are proud to be part of the Consent Coalition – a group of organisations within Nottingham who are working together to raise awareness of the importance of consent, banish myths about rape and sexual violence, and encourage survivors to access support and report any sexual violence.

The Consent Coalition stands together to say that Nottingham does not tolerate any form of sexual violence.

We were happy to support the Consent Coalition recently on their A to Z of Consent campaign

The A-Z of Consent campaign gives key consent facts for each letter of the alphabet. Each letter has an accompanying consent poster.

Consent doesn’t have to be complicated, lets understand together.

The Consent Coalition aims:

  • To stand together and show that Nottingham does not tolerate any kind of sexual violence
  • To improve the understanding of consent
  • To empower victims and survivors of rape and sexual violence to seek support and/or report assaults to the police
  • To expose and challenge rape myths
  • To increase empathy towards survivors of sexual violence
  • To promote healthy and equal relationships
  • To prevent misogyny and sexual harassment
  • To challenge ‘lad culture’

Website: nottssvss.org.uk/consent-coalition/

The Topaz Centre SARC offers free support and practical help to anyone in Nottinghamshire who has ​experienced sexual violence and/or sexual abuse.

Clients can access the Topaz Centre SARC via the Police and other professionals, as well as via the self-referral pathway (booking an appointment at the SARC, without police involvement).

Individuals are offered support and guidance, a medical assessment/treatment, a forensic examination, and the opportunity of aftercare referrals for support services. Clients will be offered these services based on their individual needs, and can choose to use as much or as little of our service as they wish.

The Topaz Centre SARC is a member of the Consent Coalition in Nottinghamshire.

Please take a look at the Consent Coalition’s ‘Your Journey‘ booklet for support and guidance on reporting.

the topaz centre

Website: topazcentre.org

The NSPCC helps children who’ve been abused, protects children at risk and finds the best ways to prevent child abuse from ever happening.

As part of its fight for every childhood, the NSPCC works directly with children and families in service centres across the UK and Channel Islands and gives support to thousands of adults and young people in need through the NSPCC helpline and Childline.

The NSPCC works with schools up and down the country through its Speak Out Stay Safe programme, helping children to keep themselves safe.

And projects such as Together for Childhood help children who’ve experienced abuse, support parents, and work to transform the way communities come together to prevent child cruelty.

PANTS (The Underwear Rule): With the help of the friendly dinosaur Pantosaurus, Talk PANTS is a simple conversation to help keep your child safe from sexual abuse. Find out more…













Website: nspcc.org.uk