of women said they agreed they felt confident after the programme took place.
of women said they felt optimistic for the future after the programme.
of women said they were able to make decisions about their future after the programme.
of women said they felt surrounded by a community after the programme.

Everyone deserves a second chance

Your gift can give women, who’ve experienced violence, exploitation and displacement, the confidence, skills and resilience they need to move towards a safe, healthy, meaningful future.
a month for a year
removes the financial barriers women face covering transport costs and providing nourishing meals throughout the course.
a month for a year
will cover the entire costs of the programme for one woman helping them move towards a future of independence.
a month for a year
pays for one woman to receive consistent, one-to-one support from an experienced mentor, unlocking doors to the future.
If you feel inspired and able to donate more than £630 a month - or would like to make a one-off financial contribution, please contact us to discuss other ways to support us.
"I'm so glad to tell you, lots of things have changed in my life. I learned how to manage or deal with problems like emotionally, mentally and physically. I learned how to care about my wellbeing and how I can solve any problems. I'm feeling confident and strong and positive."
Bramber Graduate

Other ways to get involved


Help us build better communities. Your business could be a life-line to women who’ve experienced trauma, exploitation and abuse, supporting them as they work their way out of poverty to live full and thriving lives. Whether it’s financial gifts, business support or group volunteering, we believe in partnerships. 


From marathons to bake sales, it’s fun and rewarding to raise money for our cause. Fundraising helps us empower more women to reach their potential and it’s an incredible way to raise awareness. Challenge yourself and raise money in the process.


Leaving a gift in your will is invaluable. You can continue to bring hope and restoration to women who’ve experienced violence, exploitation or displacement for many years to come. 

We’d love to chat.

Meet Aisha

"They accepted me as I was.”

“It was therapy without therapy,” Aisha smiles. “I could talk freely to everyone. They were family to me. ”  

Aisha firmly believes that it was her time at Bramber Bakehouse that gave her confidence and helped her learn to trust again.