We’re always keen to deliver services in the community in partnership so if you’d like to discuss an opportunity with us, then please get in touch – this may be part of your Corporate Social Responsibility (CRS) or employee wellbeing strategy. We are currently looking for the following partners:
We are looking to work with all general practices across Kent to improve the identification and referrals of domestic abuse victims, through the delivery of the IRIS programme.
If you work for a general practice, in whatever capacity, please get in touch so we can discuss working together to close the vast gap of health inequality within our community.
Domestic abuse is a health issue.
Creativity allows us to channel and express experience, and we know it can oftentimes be a much more efficient way to relate, to empathise and to understand others. It allows us to connect.
That’s why, in our quest to connect our community to our mission, we work with artists who explore domestic abuse and gender-based violence in their art. If this is you or someone you know, then we’d love to find ways to work together and partner with you.
Read more about our partnership with Cornwall-based artist Red below. You might also be interested in our Violence Into Art series.
From educating to space-sharing, to service delivering and to fundraising, below are some of the wonderful partners we work with, to keep empowering women and children in our community to live as fully as they can beyond domestic abuse.
Interested in working together?
Let us know what you do and how we can work together to improve support and awareness of domestic abuse in our community.
Someone from our team will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your query.