Author Archives: Jennifer
CURRENT VACANCIES: Visit our VACANCIES page for application packs DOMESTIC ABUSE PRACTITIONER – MATERNITY COVER – CLOSES 24TH JULY 2018 Our domestic violence project requires new staff to cover maternity leave at their refuge in Lichfield. A Domestic Abuse Practitioner … Continue reading
New publication out from Women’s Aid can be accessed through this link: https://fbnewsroomus.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/womensaidfacebooksafetyguide.pdf Worth a look!
Thank you so much to the wonderful team at http://www.screwfix.com/help/screwfixfoundation/ who are paying for us to have a hydraulic lift fitted making our building wheelchair accessible. Watch this space and we will share details and photos as the work progresses. … Continue reading
Thank you to the Palace Singers for their donation – very much appreciated! Here is a picture of their Chairperson June Nicholls presenting the donation to one of our brilliant volunteers Eileen.
A big thankyou to the Red Carpet Cinema in Barton for treating our Service Users to a showing of La La Land this morning. It was very much appreciated and all those who attended said how much they enjoyed the … Continue reading
Today the world says goodbye to a courageous and inspirational woman who set aside her own pain and her anonymity, in order to help support others. Jill Saward, the woman who was involved in the Ealing vicarage rape – I … Continue reading
Thank you so much to everyone who has contributed to making the Christmas season one of peace and comfort for our families. We got so very busy that if you have been missed please email us. You are all amazing … Continue reading
Abuse over the Christmas period has been highlighted in the Tamworth Herald (published 29 Dec 2016) Please visit the link here to read the story on their website.
Domestic abuse doesn’t take a holiday at Christmas so neither do we. Here for you 24 hours a day throughout the holiday period.
An empowering new exhibition that aims to raise awareness of domestic and sexual abuse, and support survivors to tell their stories, is to be showcased at Lichfield Cathedral. This has been developed by award-winning charity the Pathway Project that supports … Continue reading