Keeping Connected! (360G-CFNI-A545576)

towards Keeping Connected - a project connecting with womens aid service users who are self isolating

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Grant Details

Amount Applied For 2497
Amount Awarded 2497
Award Date 2020-03-24T00:00:00+00:00
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code 95VV30S1
Beneficiary Location: Name Windsor Hill_1
Grant Programme: Code Coronavirus Crisis Fund 2020 - 2
Grant Programme: Title The Older People's Fund (Previously Turkington Fund)
Impact Category Promote reduction of isolation and disadvantage and access to local services
Last Modified 2020-03-26T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Duration (months) 12
Planned Dates: End Date 2021-03-31T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2020-03-23T00:00:00+00:00
Primary age group Seniors (65+)
Primary beneficiary Older People
Primary ethnicity All Ethnicities
Recipient Org: Charity Number NIC106096
Recipient Org: Company Number NI030774
Recipient Org: Description Women's Aid Armaghdown provides specialist services to women, children and young people who have experienced or are at risk of domestic and sexual violence and/or abuse. Services include emergency accommodation, crisis intervention, risk assessment/management, specialist support services, including safety planning, criminal justice and welfare assistance. Mission; Women’s Aid is the lead voluntary organisation in Northern Ireland addressing domestic violence and providing services for women and children. Women’s Aid seeks to challenge attitudes and beliefs that perpetuate domestic violence and, through its work, promote healthy and non-abusive relationship Ethos: Women’s Aid Armagh Down believes that: • With support, women can survive domestic /sexual abuse and make positive changes in their lives. • With support, children can survive domestic/sexual abuse and move positively into adulthood. • The most effective method of safeguarding children is to protect mothers and help mothers protect themselves and their children. • Domestic abuse is complex and can be best tackled by inter-agency working. • Domestic abuse is a violation of the human rights principle, that we are born free and equal in dignity and rights. • Domestic abuse is a direct consequence of the unequal position of women in society and if discrimination is left unchallenged, violence against women will continue. • By actively promoting equality and diversity, we can build a society where domestic violence is unacceptable. Core Aims of Women’s Aid -To provide temporary refuge to women and their children suffering mental, physical or sexual abuse with the home. -To encourage women to take control of their own future, whether this involves returning home or beginning an independent life. -To recognize and care for the emotional needs of children involved -To offer support and advice to any woman who asks for it, whether or not she is living in a refuge and to offer supportive aftercare to women leaving the refuge -To educate and inform the public, the media, the courts, social services and other agencies, always mindful of the fact that abused women are a direct result of the general position of women in our society.
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