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It is #WhiteRibbonDay and the focus this year is #AllMenCan help make a difference to end violence against women and girls. Everyone can play a part in creating change.

You can too, #MakeThePromise today:

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For more information on White Ribbon Day and what you can do to make a change to help end violence against women, check out the link here: White Ribbon UK

 

Earlier today, Engagement & Volunteer Officer Anoop signed the online pledge, as well as showing solidarity across Norfolk and Suffolk Domestic Abuse champions and partners.

This morning Anoop posted a virtual pledge, standing with Pandora Project, who support women and children affected by domestic abuse in West and North Norfolk as well as Swaffham.

Engagement & Volunteer Officer Anoop holding up a piece of paper reading 'NSVC stand with Pandora Project this White Ribbon Day', alongside the hashtags #AllMenCan and #MakeThePromise

This afternoon, Anoop went out to Endeavour House, joining representative of other Domestic Abuse services and champions in Suffolk. Here, Anoop signed the White Ribbon Day pledge. 

White ribbon day pledge signed by a number of Suffolk organisations related to Domestic Abuse support
group photo outside Endeavour House, of Suffolk County and other partner agencies standing together for White Ribbon Day after signing the pledge

We want to help end violence against women across Norfolk, Suffolk and beyond.  Raising awareness of this vital campaign can help to start bringing about change. 

 

Covid-19 Update

We are currently providing telephone support to anyone impacted by crime Mon-Fri between 8am-5pm on 0300 303 3706.

For support outside of these hours call the Victim Support 24 hour line on 0808 168 9111.