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Posted by: In: Events 13 Feb 2014 Tags: , ,

charity auction

 

Richard Hatton, MD of Adjust Procurement Solutions and long-standing Survive supporter has kindly offered his services again and is organising another Silent Auction to raise funds for us for the third year in a row!

When: Friday 9th May at 7.30pm

Where: Bristol Golf Club, St. Swithins Park, Blackhorse Hill, Almondsbury, Bristol BS10 7TP

Entry costs: £6 (including  a Ploughman’s supper)

List of lots: FINAL LOT LIST and Bidding Instructions

To donate a lot item:

Contact Richard on richard.hatton@adjustps.com or  07753 806 139

To buy a ticket:

Contact the Survive Admin team on info@survivedv.org.uk or 0117 961 3065 or Richard using the details above.

Come and join us and have some fun whilst raising money for women and children towards freedom from domestic abuse.

Posted by: In: Events 13 Feb 2014

quiz

The Survive quiz is back! Our Quizmaster for 2014 is the popular Radio Presenter Downsy, from Jack FM’s ‘That Morning Thing’.

This year we will be adding a couple of creative rounds and one suggested by Downsy himself – as ever, it promises to be a great night.

When: Thursday 13th March at 7.00pm

Where: The BAWA ground, 589 Southmead Road, Bristol BS34 7RG

Entry costs: £36 per team (maximum of 6 per team)

To buy tickets online, click here.

For further information, please call admin on 0117 961 3065 or email info@survivedv.org.uk

Posted by: In: News 13 Feb 2013

This has been a long time coming but welcome to our new website. It not only looks better but it provides more responsive and up to date information for our service users, funders and everyone else who wants to find out more about what we do. When I first came into post, over four years ago, updating our website was one of my missions. Sadly, funding held us back for a long time but now it’s here I feel that we have used that time well in asking service users what they would like to see as well as ensuring there are ways to communicate with us through Face Book and Twitter.

In time, I hope we can also offer service user forums and ensure that the site also supports us to get information out about our service user newsletter launched last year. There’s certainly a great deal going on at Survive whether it is fundraising events to enjoy and attend, causes we are championing, new funding coming in or new ventures we are exploring. Within the pages you will find information on our services, ways to stay safe, information to support children affected by abuse and our commentary on regional and national policy changes. We hope you find the website useful, please tell us if you don’t and thank you to all who worked really hard to make it happen.  Happy browsing!

Anna Smith

Chief Executive