Domestic abuse charity announces ‘Safe this Christmas’ campaign

Leading domestic abuse charity, Solace, has announced its ‘Safe This Christmas’ fundraising campaign – along with Eastenders actor Milly Zero.

The charity aims to provide crucial support and live-saving services to women experiencing and trying to flee from Domestic Violence.

Solace says that as the Christmas season begins, phone calls from women seeking help from abusive partners and relationships go up 65%.

If you want more information or are concerned for your safety, Solace have over 20 locations across London and can provide anonymous but crucial support.

You can go to their website

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 1st December 2023

TagNews, LocationIslington

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