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Closed 02/10/2019

raised of £1,000 target by 24 supporters

    Weʼve raised £851 to Help fund writing, illustrating and publishing a childrens' book for child victims/ witnesses of domestic abuse

    Sussex, and UK wide
    Funded on Wednesday, 2nd October 2019

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    We are a new (year old) domestic abuse pro bono legal advice charity. We fill the gap unfortunately left by the reduction in availability of Legal Aid. The Daisy Chain Project a new charity start-up aiming to help fight domestic violence by providing pro bono legal advice, educating people about what constitutes domestic abuse and donating products to womens’ refuges by negotiation with Supermarkets and small businesses who donate surplus or end of line feminine and baby products to us to pass on.

    Our very own legal team consists of qualified and regulated barristers and solicitors who offer free legal support to men and women experiencing, or fleeing, domestic abuse. They can be reached via an e-mail inbox. Please be aware that a reply may take up to 48 hours due to the fact that the legal support is entirely voluntary, but we will definitely get back to you as quickly as we can and our advice and correspondence with you is entirely confidential; we will not share data with any other authority or service [i.e. police, social services] unless you request for us to do so on your behalf.

    We would like to raise money to publish a book for child victims and witnesses of domestic abuse, as we have found other materials already out there are somewhat lacking. A lot of children witness domestic abuse, and we would like our book to be a straightforward way of helping children to report and understand what they have witnessed in a user-friendly and non-upsetting way. The more money we raise, the better the book will be and the cheaper we can provide it to libraries, schools, and domestic abuse service providers.

    We would be so grateful if you could help :)

    PS- any excess money will go into our general provision of services.



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    • Anonymous


      Sep 9, 2019

      Sorry can't make it to support the Ball this time.

    • Catharine Margerison

      Catharine Margerison

      Jul 31, 2019


    • Anonymous


      Mar 25, 2019

      Keep doing the good work, best wishes from a small team in Somerset.


    • Ashley Connick

      Ashley Connick

      Feb 21, 2019

      Lots of love to Jade and the rest of the Daisy Chain team x


    • Amy Ruprai

      Amy Ruprai

      Jan 2, 2019

      This is a wonderful thing you are doing. I hope that you raise your target and beyond. All the best, Amy


    • Abbi Hayden

      Abbi Hayden

      Dec 31, 2018

      Such an amazing cause. Thank you for all you do ❤


    • Gill


      Dec 29, 2018

      This is such a worthwhile thing you are doing. I really hope you raise the full amount. Good luck


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    The Daisy Chain Project

    The Daisy Chain Project

    Sussex, and UK wide

    We are a registered charity providing pro bono legal advice and assistance to victims of domestic abuse. Please see our website here:

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