Before National Bed Month ends, we would like to discuss the benefits of a good night’s sleep to domestic abuse survivors. Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for our physical and mental well-being. It’s even more important for those who have been subjected to domestic abuse, as they often face emotional and psychological trauma that can make sleeping difficult. Read to find out more.
On Thursday 16th February, we hosted a Galentine's Women's Networking event at the prestigious Mount Hotel. The focus of the event was on the importance of getting the work-life balance right. Andrea Cloughley, director of Palatine Financial Planning was our guest...
The Haven’s annual ball returned for its fourth year in September with a glamourous ‘Night at the
Movies’ theme with around 110 guests, who enjoyed the glitz and glamour of Hollywood in the heart of Wolverhampton.
Empurple Week is our annual campaign which coincides with the International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations. The last couple of years have meant this campaign has looked a little different but Empurple Week 2022 has come back in a full array of purple and it has been lovely seeing so many people in the community going purple, hosting in person events, having lots of purple fun and at the same time raising vital funds and awareness.
Supporters of The Haven Wolverhampton are set to get hot under the collar this autumn as they host their charity Fire Walk on 24th November at the Round Oak in Wombourne. The Haven, a charity that supports women and children from domestic abuse and homelessness is teaming up with UK Firewalk to see if supporters can handle the heat and brave coals reaching 1200 degrees Fahrenheit!
Sophie Warren is a legal practitioner and the granddaughter of one of The Haven’s co-founders Colin Brown. This Sunday, she will be taking on the London Marathon to raise funds for The Haven. As she prepares to take on this challenge, we had a chat with her and she shared fond memories of her grandfather, how she’s preparing for the marathon and her hopes for the end of violence against women and girls.
Last year was a year like no other for so many of us. We found ourselves confined to our homes and with very little social interaction with our friends, family and colleagues (except for the dreaded zoom calls of course). Physical exercise was limited to an hour per day and so many of us were in dire need of something other than the pandemic to focus on. Thus, the 104 challenge was born.
As seen on expressandstar.com. Parvinder Singh Rakhra and his sons Joshan and Aran spent a day walking from their home in Wolverhampton to outside Birmingham Town Hall at Victoria Square to raise funds for the Haven Refuge.
The Haven has launched an urgent appeal for public donation as it faces the huge financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
As seen on birminghammail.co.uk. All of the profits from the sale of the ‘wash your donnies’ print will be donated to The Haven, a Wolverhampton charity that supports women and children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.