Crewe Domestic Violence Charity gets Government Financial Boost

The 'Cheshire Without Abuse' Charity has received a boost of £231,600 from of a package of £10m additional funding announced by Homelessness Minister Luke Hall. This vital support has been made available to domestic abuse charities to support them during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Homelessness Minister Luke Hall said: “Home should be a place of sanctuary, but for domestic abuse survivors and their children, it is the opposite. “Protecting survivors is an absolute priority during these unprecedented times and beyond. “The funding will give charities the vital lifeline they need to help people across England escape abuse and rebuild their lives, away from the threat of violence.”

Kieran Mullan, MP for Crewe and Nantwich, said: “Having met some of the fantastic people involved in the work of CWA I know how passionate they are about helping victims of domestic abuse. “It is fantastic to see they are getting support from the government. “We must all carry on playing our part looking out for and supporting people suffering.”

This funding follows the virtual Hidden Harms Summit convened by the Prime Minister.

It was held in response to challenges victims have faced during the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they continue to get support.

More than £16 million has been awarded to 75 projects to help fund domestic abuse refuge services for victims and their children, and £25 million for support services for victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in the community during the coronavirus outbreak.



Cheshire Without Abuse:

Call our domestic abuse hub on 0300 123 5101 at any time (or dial 01270 250390 if you’re calling from another area). Dial 999 if you’ve been threatened or attacked and require urgent assistance. Address: Lily Jones Support Centre Mill House, Brook St, Crewe CW2 7DE