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Our Charity of the Year

Due to the coronavirus pandemic we were unable to host this year’s Charity Awards and made the decision to continue our support of VOICES as our Charity of the Year until Summer 2021. Voices continue to work with some of the most vulnerable people in our community during the global pandemic. During this time we have also supported the amazing work of Bath based charity 3SG and the Compassionate Communities Hub, providing help with food deliveries, medicine, urgent housing, mental health and money matters for the most vulnerable and isolated in our community.

Voices are delighted to have been chosen as Charity of the Year. Ursula Lindenberg, Director, said:

“Having the support of Bath Building Society through the coming year is a huge boost for Voices and a much-appreciated opportunity to build community support for people impacted by domestic abuse, who are working hard to rebuild their lives and those of their children.

At Voices we help change lives through trauma informed recovery services that recognise individuals and families have multiple needs after abuse. Voices is led by women with lived experience of domestic abuse, who have designed this holistic response. We consult and share our knowledge and experience with researchers and policy makers to influence decisions that challenge domestic abuse wherever it occurs.”

What Voices do:

  • Provide community-based recovery and empowerment programmes for women with experience of domestic abuse: The Freedom Programme and MATES Social Group.
  • Provide a therapeutic and welcoming space for survivors to meet and support
    one another.
  • Provide 1-to-1 advice and counselling.
  • Offer bespoke training and consultation based on survivor insights, to professionals
    and organisations.
  • Raise awareness of the nature and impacts of domestic abuse, and of the needs of survivors and their families.

Find out more here.

Read our blog about the Voices Hardship Fund.

Find out about the Compassionate Community Hub.

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