An important date in our calendar. White Ribbon was set up by men to stop domestic violence. See their latest campaign on the White Ribbon UK site- If love hurts, it’snot love. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5965f0e9e58c62e0520e1d7b/59b646d6b07869610d1b3be5/5bdae8cc40ec9acdd249657b/1541074872772/1.png?format=1000w
Women’s Groups from across Ipswich have come together to create a major festival to celebrate the Centenary of some women achieving the vote. Ipswich Soroptimists are delighted to be involved with the planning of this Festival. See the flyer below … Continued
Our organisation across England carried out a Modern Day Slavery Survey among the General Public to establish how informed they were on this crime and if they had some idea of the signs that can indicate that someone is a … Continued
See our Ipswich Soroptimists campaign for White Ribbon, originally posted last year, but just as relevant to 2017 (excuse the date on the opening slide!). White Ribbon is an organisation set up by men to stop domestic violence against women, … Continued
Here is our Pledge. Thanks to all the Suffolk organisations who have signed up to White Ribbon – an organisation started by men to stop violence against women.
We had a tombola stall at Sproughton Village Fete on 25th June to raise funds for our Regional Project ‘Neat Feet, Happy Hands’ in Kenya to help eradicate the ‘Jiggers’ parasite by providing bowls, medications, sandals to children (so that … Continued
Our event held to celebrate the work of Lighthouse Women’s Aid, held at the University of Suffolk on 10th February, was a real success, thanks to the collaboration of all parties including the Students’ Union who did so much to … Continued
In conjunction with Coastal Action Against Abuse we have mounted our facebook video – see below campaign to raise awareness of domestic violence and where to go for help as part of White Ribbon Day.
Ipswich Soroptimists are delighted that UCS Campus, Ipswich, which has been a collaboration between the universities of Essex and East Anglia since 2007, will become the University of Suffolk from 1 August. It has successfully met the criteria for becoming a … Continued
Suffolk Refugee Support (SRS) FGM Project is a major initiative and we were really pleased they had time to present it to our Club. It was funded from the Rosa Foundation and is continuing with additional funding. A support network has been set up … Continued