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We need more Silence Breakers

We have a deep-rooted desire to help others.
Partner with us as an individual, organisation or group of friends.

This year, it couldn’t be more important to support one another and continue raising money for the most vulnerable adults, children and young people.

How you can fundraise for us.


Are you ready to be 'Movin for abuse'

Why not host a 2 hour Zumbathon! 

Powered by our passion to make a change together let’s raise money to support adults and children who are experiencing and witnessing domestic abuse, forced marriages and human trafficking! Let’s dance to break their silence!


"You can't really understand another person's experience until you've walked in their shoes."

In her shoes is a one mile walk for the whole family where you are encouraged to walk in high heels with your friends and family to show solidarity for survivors of domestic abuse, whilst raising some money to support those that need our help.

Join the fun, strut your stuff and support Breaking the Silence to help raise money for women who have suffered from abuse! 


'Run to Rescue' Is great if you're into challenging yourself and want to raise money for a great cause. Why not choose to be a charity runner for us and you'll be helping to make a difference to the lives of thousands of vulnerable adults and children from domestic abuse, forced marriage and human trafficking!

With the money, you help raise we can provide shelter and emotional support for all victims of abuse.


'Skip for us'

Get sponsored to skip for us, how long can you skip!  

An exciting skipping event that can be held at any time of year, at your local school, youth group, park or your organisation.

Get sponsored 50p for every minute of skipping you do!  


Statistics show 1 in 7 children and young people under the age of 18 will have lived with domestic violence at some point in their childhood.

'Climb for the Child' to change the stats.  

With the money, you raise we can provide a space on our programme for children who have been abused.  


'Go purple for a day' 

Purple is the internationally recognised colour to raise awareness of domestic abuse. 

Why not wear purple for the day and send us your photos!

Donate £1 to wear purple and support vulnerable adults
and children.  Get the support by including your workplace, family and friends to join in.


Host for us!

Whatever your reason for hosting 'Coffee with a Cause',
it’s a great one.

Coffee mornings and tea parties are the bread and butter of fundraising. They provide a wonderful opportunity to get your favourite people, colleagues or even your wider community together to catch up, have a catch-up, eat treats and raise some monies to help fundraise for those in need of our services.

Sign up to help Breaking the Silence do whatever it takes to support those experiencing abuse.


Hosting 'Bake to Break' is a great way to raise money for us.

After all, who doesn’t like to indulge in a sweet treat or tempting savoury snack or two from time to time?

If you're feeling inspired, get stuck into 'Bake to break!'

Organisation is key to hosting a successful bake sale, so start recruiting early when it comes to finding your bakers.


The more treats and delicious savoury bakes you offer, the more money you’re likely to raise. So, shout about your bake sale from the rooftops, get your friends and family or organisation to spread the word, and you’re sure to recruit a dedicated team of bakers in no time at all.

If you don’t fancy baking, or don’t know anyone who is able to bake for you, why not buy your sweet treats – it’s not cheating, honest!

As well as focusing on spreading the word, it also pays to make posters and flyers to distribute far and wide. You could even ask local businesses to get involved to make your bake sale even bigger.


Can you hear the popcorn popping?

Host a 'Family Film Night'

Gather your family, friends, neighbours or co-workers together for a fun movie night fundraiser. Raise money for Breaking the Silence and help to raise money for vulnerable young children who are sexually and physically abused.

The easiest way to make sure your movie night fundraiser rivals the biggest blockbusters is to get serious about planning.


Host a 'Prepare to Plate' dinner party.

Bring friends together for an evening of tasty food, fun and fundraising.


Make your dinner party as simple or elaborate as you like, and invite your friends over for a home-cooked meal. Ask guests to donate what they’d spend on eating out to Breaking the Silence.

Register your fundraising event

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