Behind Closed Doors

Listen and provide emotional support in strict confidence.

Offer support and information over the phone or face to face.

Provide support and information on housing,health and welfare rights.

Provide support, information and accompany clients to civil and criminals proceedings.

Refer women and children to refugees across the country and to temporary emergency accomodation.

Support women in obtaining appropriate services, including Police.

Put women in touch with support agencies that can offer other specialist help and advice.

Accompany women to appointments e.g solicitors, Police, housing or benefits.

Work in the community to raise awareness about domestic abuse and how other services and agencies can help.

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Hollie Gazzard Trust

The Hollie Gazzard Trust was created following the death of Hollie while at work at Fringe Benefits & La Bella Beauty Salon, Gloucester. Hollie was a talented and creative hairdresser who had the world at her feet. Tragically her life was cut short by her former partner at the age of 20 and she was not able to fulfil her dreams. Hollie's family were totally devastated by this but, they wanted something positive to come out of the tragic loss of Hollie.

Hollie's passion was hairdressing and her family wanted to give others the opportunity that Hollie was fortunate to have and fulfil a career in hairdressing. The Trust aims to support and fund young hairdressers in partnership with Gloucestershire College. They also want to help reduce domestic abuse through delivering relationship workshops in schools, along with an evaluated programme around teenage dating violence and abuse having an impact on vulnerable young people's health, well-being, and future relationships. Finally, they also support Increase the Peace, a project targetting young individuals away from anti-social behaviour and knife crime.

The ultimate aim of the Trust is to positively change the lives of young people across the County.

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Kinergy is a Bristol-based charity providing free trauma-informed counselling and group therapy for survivors of sexual abuse and sexual violence. We have been supporting adult survivors living in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset, and Bath and North East Somerset since 1996. Our primary aim is to lessen the trauma and long-term experience of sexual abuse or violence, helping survivors to recover safely, understand their experience, and improve their mental health and general wellbeing.

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Leeway is a specialist service in Norfolk and Suffolk, supporting adults, children and young people who are experiencing domestic violence. Leeway's services include emergency refuges for women and children, community services, advocacy, male victim support and specialised services for children and young people. Leeway's services are an integral part of building safer communities and changing people's lives.

Join Unity Charity Lottery in aid of Leeway Domestic Violence and Abuse Services and help us make a real difference.

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PO Box Leeway, City Hall Norwich, NR2 1NH

Registered with Norwich City Council

Registration Number 08401416/LOTT

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Your donations will help us provide counselling and support to low-income and at risk people from across the country. By preventing relationship breakdown or supporting people to separate healthily, we’ll be one step closer to stopping all the side effects that come along when relationships go wrong – like parental conflict, domestic abuse, debt, homelessness and addiction.

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Stand Against Violence

Thank you for your support. Every £3 raised helps us to change a young persons attitude towards violence. This means they are less likely to get involved in violence and therefore stay safe.

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The Birchall Trust

The Birchall Trust is a registered charity (Charity No: 1109637) and was established in 1991 by a local woman, Christine Birchall to relieve the mental and physical distress of people and their families who are survivors of rape and sexual abuse. We offer counselling and support through our adult and children's services and engage in work towards the understanding of the effect on the victims.

The activities we provide include:

  • One to one counselling and art/play therapy sessions.
  • Awareness raising talks in the community
  • Training & development opportunities for staff, volunteers and management committee.

The effects of rape and sexual abuse are wide-ranging, including physical injury; severe and enduring mental health implications including anxiety, panic attacks, depression, substance/alcohol abuse, eating disorders and suicide; time of work or loss of employment; disruption to studies; and impact on relationships, family and friends.

In general the most pervasive effect of childhood sexual abuse is the destruction of self esteem and the generation of a sense of worthlessness. Their abuse has often been as a result of betrayal by those they trust, love and depend upon, which may include one or both of their parents and the need to help survivors develop appropriate trust is critical.

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Trust House Lancashire

Trust House Lancashire supports survivors of sexual abuse and violence of all ages and genders across the county. We empower survivors to move beyond their abuse experience offering a safe and supportive environment. Our counsellors and support workers can help anyone who has experienced sexual violence at any time in their life to overcome the impact the abuse has had on their mental health and well-being.

By supporting your community you could win up to £25,000!

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Thank you for making a difference to people’s lives!

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Victim Support

Victim Support is an independent charity dedicated to supporting victims of crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales. Our purpose is to provide specialist help to support people to cope and recover to the point where they feel they are back on track with their lives.

We offer support to over 1 million victims of crime each year. Our local teams of highly trained staff and volunteers provide a wide range of specialist services that help people affected by all types of crime from burglary, hate crime, fraud and theft to domestic abuse, child sexual exploitation and terrorism.

We run the National Homicide Service providing a dedicated, comprehensive wrap around service and vital independent voice for those bereaved by murder and manslaughter in England and Wales. Last year, we offered support to 3,014 family members bereaved by Homicide.

How your support helps

  • By playing for 52 weeks, you can help provide face-to-face support to a victim of crime by one of our highly trained volunteers
  • By playing for 26 weeks, you can help to ensure our Supportline doesn't miss a call from a rape victim who feels they have nowhere to turn
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