Together we can end domestic abuse and modern slavery and tackle the growing mental health crisis.
Working in partnership with us, your businesses can act with confidence and impact on the major issues of our time, bringing about change both within your own workforce and supply chains, and your local communities.
We understand that every business is different, and will work closely with you to ensure a partnership that helps you achieve you deliver really impact, support your CSR objectives, build your brand and ensure employee engagement.
Our partnerships can help you:
Engage: Your staff and customers on the major issues of our time: domestic abuse, modern slavery and mental health.
Innovate: Bringing together our expertise, we can develop new solutions to support vulnerable men, women and children.
Differentiate: Build your brand to deliver commercial impact while transforming your community.
We work hard to end domestic abuse and modern slavery and tackle the growing mental health crisis. We provide specialist support every step of the way of recovery and ensure communities and businesses are part of the solution. Working with us your business can help us build a life beyond crisis.
A safe and welcoming home is key to recovery from crisis, helping to rebuild self-esteem, sense of hope and independence.
We give a warm welcome in our refuges and safe houses. Many women arrive at our refuges with nothing but the clothes they are wearing, so we make sure every woman has the basics as part of her welcome pack. We work hard to ensure no woman is turned away, providing funding to women with No Recourse to Public Funds, and running our in-house referral line to help women find a bed space as quickly as possible.
When people are ready to move on, we help them to secure tenancies and ensure they have what they need to start the next stage of their lives, from furniture and appliances to solid connections in their communities.
The children we meet in our domestic abuse and modern slavery services have experienced deep trauma, and many have missed out on the things we take for granted in our childhoods.
Our refuges provide critical support for children to recover from domestic abuse, including specialist workers, mental health services and therapy animals. We also run a programme of fun activities during the school holidays for children in both our domestic abuse and modern slavery services, including trips to the zoo and the seaside.
We run specialist programmes for pregnant women and mums and babies in our modern slavery services to prevent intergenerational trauma on children.
Over the past 50 years of responding to crisis in London we have learnt that when communities better understand the needs and experiences of adults and children facing disadvantage, we can change lives together.
Our UK SAYS NO MORE Safe Spaces and Online Safe Spaces initiatives enable businesses to help connect victims of domestic abuse to specialist support. Everyone’s Business works directly with employers so that you can support your employees experiencing domestic abuse.
Our Phoenix project works with victims of modern slavery to support their long-term recovery through a network of community volunteers and befrienders. Our in-house Counselling programme provides therapeutic support to ensure the people we work with can go on to build resilient futures.
If you are from a company and want to find out more about being a corporate partner, please contact [email protected]
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