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We’re a Bailiwick of Guernsey charity which helps victims of domestic abuse. We are here to help you feel safer and support you as you make changes to escape abuse. If you think you’re in an abusive relationship, or are being affected by domestic abuse, things can change. If you want advice for yourself, or for someone else, you can contact us. Click the button below to get help.
You can support Safer in many different ways: with time, ideas, money,
or with your workplace’s Corporate Social Responsibility program.
We always welcome volunteers, whether that’s to work within the refuge,
to help organise events, shake a tin, or even to join the Friends of Safer
Safer’s day long training is an enjoyable and informative session providing an insight into what is domestic abuse, why people do not leave abusive relationships, and what help is available loccally. It is aimed at anyone intersted in domestic abuse who might come into contact with people through their work or other organisations. It will enable you to help victims of domestic abuse and sign post them to local services.
If you would like more information or to register please email email@example.com.
To coincide with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on the 25th November we will be out and about with our collection tins at various locations around the Island.
Money collected will help us to provide front line services to victims of domestic abuse locally. Please give whatever you can to help keep these vital services keep going.
We provide services to women, men and children who have been affected by domestic abuse. The flag day is one of the fund raising events that the Friends of Safer organise each year to help raise money to support services.
The local branch of Soroptimist International are organising an event to coincide with the UNITED NATIONS International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on Saturday 25th November, 2017.
You can join in with this awareness raising initiative whether you are a man, woman, child (bring an adult with you) or youth! Come along to the event at the Market Place in St Peter Port from 9.30am until 10am on Saturday November 25th. We hope this is an accessible location but please contact Sue by email at firstname.lastname@example.org,