New funding from the Santander Foundation will enable The Haven Wolverhampton to offer training and support to women who have been subjected to domestic abuse and homelessness. The training will ensure women can regain their independence through financial literacy, empowering them to look forward to a brighter future.
PRESS RELEASE: Empowering young people to end violence against women and girls thanks to The Hemraj Goyal Foundation
Young people in Wolverhampton are being empowered to end violence against women and girls thanks to The Haven Wolverhampton and new funding from The Hemraj Goyal Foundation.
To mark our 50th anniversary, we are gathering stories from anyone who has had involvement with us in the past 50 years. We are searching for women, children, volunteers and professionals with a connection to The Haven so if you have a Haven story to share, please do get in touch.
We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with National Express West Midlands. The local bus operator has made a pledge to take families supported by The Haven on a monthly trip to local attractions, absolutely free of charge.
We are incredibly grateful to have the support of the wonderful team at Porsche Wolverhampton. From the very start of this partnership, they have all been so keen to really get involved and to learn more about what we do and how they can support us.
PRESS RELEASE: The Haven Wolverhampton calls out for votes to get a share of Tesco’s Community Grants fund
The Haven Wolverhampton are bidding for a cash boost from the Tesco Community Grants initiative. Tesco works with community charity Groundwork to run its community funding scheme, which sees grants of up to £1,500, £1,000 and £500 awarded to local community projects....
Wolverhampton charity The Haven Wolverhampton are able to offer a new safe space to women and children fleeing domestic abuse, thanks to a generous donation from the Goodyear workers 5/344 Transport and General Workers Union Benevolent Fund Charity. The £20,000...
The Haven Wolverhampton has won a major national award for its work providing safe accommodation and support to women and children in Wolverhampton affected by domestic abuse. The charity’s use of virtual reality technology to support children was just one of the services praised by award judges.
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!
The Haven Wolverhampton is proud to announce that its Children and Young People’s (CYP) service has been shortlisted twice at this year’s Children and Young People Now Awards; their Virtual Reality Project in the Mental Health & Wellbeing Award category, while CYP worker Jemma Cooke made the shortlist for the Children and Young People’s Champion.