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    Weʼve raised £0 to support vulnerable women to take part in the Practical Woman DIY & plumbing workshops.

    London Borough of Islington, London, UK
    Closed on Saturday, 14th July 2018

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    Practical Woman is a social enterprise (a C.I.C).

    Practical Woman aims to encourage and empower women in their practical skills by providing a space to try out and gain DIY & plumbing skills. We also want to 'pay it forward' and ensure all women, including vulnerable women, also have this opportunity. We do this by offering 2 free places on every workshop and doing independent stand alone workshops especially for care leavers, survivors of domestic abuse and other vulnerable women. Practical Woman is a social enterprise, not for profit and is registered as a Community Interest Company.

    Practical Woman sounds like a fantastic idea which will equip women with important practical skills - Rt Hon Emily Thornberry MP

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        Kara Bird

        Kara Bird

        London Borough of Islington, London, UK

        I have worked in the community since graduating from law school in 2005. I have experience of working with people affected by cancer, women coming to the UK from other countries as asylum seekers and refugees, young carers and people with a long-term mental health diagnosis.

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