Due to the current situation with COVID-19, we’ve had to stop our group meetings at the Memorial buildings, as well as most of our one to one meetings. For now, we’ve created a Facebook page (currently for our members only) and we’re also looking for more resources that everyone can share. You are not alone. […]

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As a social group for female survivors of sexual abuse, our main...


  Our previous grants, including our two long-term grants from The Big Lottery, have ended so we are currently applying for new funding. We have received a small grant from The National Lottery Community Fund to support our Young Women’s Group for a short while. Let’s hope we have the same success with our other […]


As a social group for female survivors of sexual abuse, our main purpose is to provide a relaxed environment where woman survivors can socialise and try new activities with people who understand. Survivors Together is based in East London and our meeting activities include writing, poetry, crafts, Thai chi, guest speakers, mindfulness and other coping […]


Our meetings are normally in East London but while we are unable to meet, due to COVID-19, we are doing what we can remotely. If you are interested in joining our group, please contact; Yvonne on 07961 351361 or for our young women’s group (16-24): Tahiya on 07395 017387 or Rhianna on 07849 […]


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White Ribbon Day

The 25th November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, also known as White Ribbon Day. We were lucky enough to be invited to Havering Sixth Form College to get involved with their event. We had a stall set up for the students, to make empowering and positive badges. We also […]

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Paws Protect

For many victims of domestic abuse, fleeing violent relationships is made impossible, simply because they cannot bear to lose their pets. That’s where Cats Protection comes in. Through Paws Protect, they take in and provide safe refuge for victims’ cats until their owners are in a position to reclaim them. Since 2004, they have helped […]

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Stop Abuse Together

In March, the Government launched a new website called Stop Abuse Together. The aim of the website is to encourage and facilitate the disclosure and reporting of child sexual abuse. Its launch was set to coincide with National Working Group (NWG) Network’s National Child Exploitation Awareness Day.  Here’s their social media messaging: All children have a […]