The Awesome Droppers plunge from the Brighton i360 delayed again..
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic their idrop has been postponed twice, and now they look ahead to a 2021 date to do this crazy 131m descent which is the highest controlled descent in the UK.
Safe in Sussex needs help more than ever. The charity provides a range of services across West Sussex to help those experiencing or at risk of domestic abuse, with the overarching aim of ending domestic abuse through freedom and education. The charity has refuge provision, a range of community support programmes and a domestic abuse helpline which is open to men and women.
The refuges are for women and children who flee domestic violence, providing a place of safety and both practical and emotional support to enable families to recover from the trauma of domestic abuse. On average 70 women and 60 children a year access the refuge.
Debbie West Community Fundraiser for Safe in Sussex who is also one of the Awesome Droppers said “The team is delighted to have a new date to look forward to. We hope to raise some vital funds and help raise the awareness of our work.”
If you would like to support the crazy Awesome Droppers here’s the link:
ur annual Shocking Shirts & Funky Frocks is back in June. You can involved by hosting your own Safe in Sussex Tea Party with your friends & family or dressing up for fun at work with your colleagues or at school or college with your friends and teachers.
The charity Safe in Sussex’s 3rd Gingerbread House Fun Day reached a new level this year with sales of the houses soaring to 613 and raising about £3,500 for the charity.
“As the world retreated inside houses due to the lockdown measures introduced to curb COVID-19 pandemic, reports from around the world showed an alarming increase in the already existing pandemic of violence against women." (United Nations Secretary-General's Campaign...
Safe In Sussex receives 14% of its funding from the government. The rest is through grants, fundraising events, donations, legacies and corporate sponsorship.
Demand for our services grows every year and finding the money to fund our vital services gets tougher all the time.
We are fortunate to receive some grant funding from Children in Need, the National Lottery and local authority organisations, but we are constantly looking for new ways to attract funding.
If you would like to help us in any way please call us on 0330 333 7416 or email email@example.com.
If you would like to help our fundraising activities, please click here to find out how you can get involved.
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