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A huge thank you to KFH for their Christmas generosity…

A huge thank you to the estate agents KFH (Kinleigh, Folkard & Hayward) who have continued to show their support for Housing for Women with gift cards, donations and toy donations to service users at our domestic violence refuges this Christmas.

KFH generously supported Housing for Women earlier this year raising £10,700 through 50 of their staff members running the London Estate Agents 10k race for Housing for Women, and if that wasn’t enough they have kindly offered their support to our domestic violence refuges in the Borough of Greenwich.

£2,950 worth of gift vouchers were issued by all 50 KFH branches across London, these were then distributed to all women and children that we are supporting so they can enjoy Christmas whilst they are staying in the refuge. Please see the photos below to see KFH staff(Penny Guest, Regional Lettings Director, Kelly Durdey, Lettings Manager at the Blackheath branch, Natasha Clayden, Sales Administrator, Grace Moloney, Lettings Administrator and Tegan Williams, Press Coordinator) distributing vouchers and also toy donations.

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Thank you KFH for this extremely generous support of Housing for Women this Christmas!

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The launch of Friends of Housing for Women 23/09/2014

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Friends of Housing for Women is a group of supporters who have had some involvement with Housing for Women in the past, this includes ex board members, ex staff members and others who have come in to contact with the charity in the past and want to get involved and help to support our activities. So far the friends have expressed an interest in fundraising, organising events, volunteering with our projects and offering support in any way possible.

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We are looking to grow membership of the group, if you would like some more information or would be interesting in becoming a Friend then please contact Rebecca Guthrie at rebecca.guthrie@h4w.co.uk or on 0207 501 6168.

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Crazy way to Combat Domestic Violence

Crazy Way to Combat Domestic Violence

Jakki Moxham, H4W’s CEO, recently commented in the Independent about new proposals to use ‘community resolution’ to tackle domestic violence.

Jakki argues that such a policy could prevent victims from coming forward, reduce confidence in the police, and hinder the ability for both police and specialist agencies such as H4W’s Domestic Violence services to provide vital support.

Read her article below – or on the Independent’s website here.

CEO Jakki Moxham's article in the Independent about the nonsensicality of 'community resolution' for Domestic Violence.

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