Surviving to Serenity

We are delighted to be collaborating with Meg Toomie involving her new book as part of our #Educate2Eradicate Teen programme we are hoping to deliver in schools from next year, highlighting all areas of abuse including Narcissism.

National Centre for Domestic Violence

The National Centre for Domestic Violence was established in 2003 to help survivors of domestic violence and abuse obtain protection against an abuser, as well as offering services to the police, probation service, domestic abuse agency workers, the legal profession and judiciary.

Diane’s sponsored cycle event for Kaleidoscopic UK

From the 19th August and over the course of 30 days, I will be cycling a minimum of 150 km to support Kaleidoscopic UK, all made possible with the support of eActiv Health Lounge in Wokingham.

Freedom Programme for Children

We are DELIGHTED to now be able to offer the FREEDOM PROGRAMME for children of primary school age!

“I’m Well” a song by Vickie Robertson & Sounds Like Women

Our founder Vickie Robertson was asked by ‘Sounds like Women’ to take part in writing a song by drawing on her experiences of domestic abuse as a child and adult. Previous collaborations together were a great success including Vickie Story being part of awareness campaigns across Poland.

The Domestic Abuse Bill Passed

The domestic abuse Bill passed through the final stages and has now received Royal assent.

Qualified Mental Health First Aider

We are delighted to announce that during April and May,  5 of our amazing volunteers undertook the training to become qualified Mental Health first aiders  thanks to Citizens Advice, Wokingham and Mental Health England.

Wokingham Today One in Five

Our ‘ ONE in FIVE’ campaign has made the News

Charlotte King at Wokingham Today interviewed Vickie Robertson from Kaleidoscopic UK and has written an article about our ONE IN FIVE fundraising initiative.

1 in 5 Challenge

April is Child abuse awareness month. 1 in 5 children in England and Wales experience domestic abuse and yet there is little support for them.

Easter Competition

Enter our competition in 1 of the 5 age categories, be as eggstra creative as you can to create your dream Egg!