Bradford-based domestic and sexual abuse charity Staying Put has launched a crowdfunder to raise emergency funds for survivors.
Bradford’s Survive and Thrive Partnership (Staying Put, Family Action and Women Centre), is warning of a potential increase in domestic abuse and sexual violence during the coronavirus lockdown.
Domestic and sexual abuse often increases during the Christmas and New Year period – at the very time when families are trying to create the ‘perfect day’.
The Yorkshire-based charity Staying Put, incorporating Domestic Violence Services, is joining forces with charities Family Action and WomenCentre to create a one-stop-shop for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.
The Yorkshire-based charity Staying Put and sister organisation DVS are joining forces with Family Action and WomenCentre to create a one-stop-shop for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.
Two children whose mum was murdered by her ex-partner are being treated to a holiday with their grandmother thanks to fundraising efforts by Bradford workers.
Domestic violence charities Staying Put and Domestic Violence Services are urging women to take care of their mental as well as their physical health this International Women’s Day.
Christmas is a difficult time for many families as the pressure cooker of emotions threatens to blow.
Staying Put is launching a new legal service to help survivors of domestic abuse. Affordable Legal Services @ Staying Put will offer legal advice to all victims and survivors of domestic abuse who are not eligible for legal aid.
Surviving Sistas is working with Stage Left Theatre Workshop to bring the Vagina Monologues to @Kala_Sangam in March 2019. All proceeds from tickets will go towards supporting work with #domesticabuse survivors. They’re also looking for women to get involved with the production.