Seventy organisations across the country will share £12 million from the Tampon Tax Fund. This £12m was announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond during the Spring Budget earlier this year, and was designed to benefit charities that support women and girls, particularly those affected by violence and domestic abuse.
Congratulations to our members below who were successful in obtaining funding.
North Wales Women’s Centre – £187,987 – Improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls who are at risk of offending or reoffending.
Brighton Oasis Project – £217,917 – A service for women involved in the sex industry.
Stepping Stones, Luton – £262,614 – This money will ensure access to specialist support for 300 vulnerable women facing domestic and sexual abuse.
Women’s Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre – £179,157.10 – To develop positive relationships with isolated, hard to reach survivors of sexual violence and abuse.
Advance – £200,000 – To work with women at high risk of domestic abuse giving them access to advice, emotional and practical support.
Housing for Women – £200,000.00 – To support lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and non-binary women and girls experiencing violence.