Staying Put and DVS are urging people to speak out if they suspect, witness or experience domestic abuse during the football World Cup this summer.
Staying Put is backing a new campaign #idoexist which has been launched by one of our survivors, Evie. The Bradford Telegraph & Argus has reported on the campaign - to read the article please click here.
We ran a campaign over Christmas urging people to get in touch if they were suffering domestic abuse. The campaign was reported by the Keighley News - to read their article please click here.
XPO Logistics Bradford, have chosen Staying Put as their charity of the year. XPO is a huge company and we are proud to have their support.
It is a wonderful thing for our charity to be supported by businesses from around the region. If you would like to support Staying Put, read more here.
We are currently recruiting new board members.
We are looking for people who are passionate and dedicated to lead our dynamic charity to tackle domestic abuse.
To download the board application pack please click here.
Modern Technology can have many issues for survivors fleeing Domestic Abuse, this article looks at how Digital start ups may be the answer with input from our Director Yasmin Khan. To read please click here.
Join us for our fabulous Masquerade Ball at The Bradford Hotel.
The money raised will help us to continue to safeguard and support survivors of Domestic Abuse.
To book your tickets please click here.
We look forward to seeing you on the night.
Our director talks about Ending Male Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG)in her latest Blog.
We are delighted to announce that on Wednesday 29th March 2017 we formalised our partnership with Domestic Violence Services Keighley.
To read the brilliant feature by Sally Clifford from the Telegraph and Argus please click here.