New posting address for Give and Makeup.

Long time readers of this blog will know that I started Give and Makeup as a vessel to direct the excess of product that I had to good causes. Notably Refuge and Women’s Aid. Today I am thrilled to announce that we are extending our support to the brilliant work carried out by the CRI (Crime Reduction Initiatives) in North London.

CRI is a National health and social care charity working with individuals, families and communities across England and Wales that are affected by drugs, alcohol, crime, homelessness, domestic abuse and antisocial behaviour. We will particularly be supporting their work with their EXIT project that aims to move sex workers out of prostitution by offering advice on
substance misuse, alcohol, physical health, mental health, housing, education
and employment. 

It emphasises assertive outreach by engaging a client group
that is traditionally not represented within substance misuse or health
services. Service users accessing the project will be offered a safe
environment to discuss their needs with a dedicated keyworker, who will provide
one-to-one support to break down the barriers to leaving the sex industry. 

These women, in a lot of cases, have nothing. And to walk away sometimes means literally having the clothes on their back. We are helping by giving them everyday essentials to build their confidence and allow them to focus on recovery.

In particular this group need the following:

  • Underwear – bras and knickers. Washed and clean please! We all have underwear that no longer fits us in our drawers. And it’s not heavy to post!
  • Feminine hygiene products. Sanitary towels, tampons, washes and wipes. Desperately. If you work in the industry and have access to these items please ask your CSR department to consider helping these women.

THE ADDRESS CAN BE FOUND HERE: Give and Makeup

As always, thank you for your continued support. Give and Makeup is nearly 4 years strong and we have donated hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of goods to needy causes. 

Please consider helping us. Thank you for your continued support.

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