Our regular get togethers for survivors of domestic abuse are going from strength to strength. Its possible to feel quite emotional and upset hearing about some of the tough issues that our ladies and gentlemen have encountered. However, focusing on the positive steps forward and enthusiasm to make change is an absolute inspiration. We have seen huge progress, in both inner confidence and also practical strength to move forward and bring about change.

With skills such as interview pointers, public speaking tips, financial planning and CV advice on the agenda we have helped with a more confident approach to job seeking which has been a great favourite for regaining self confidence and financial freedom. Our open discussions with experts in areas as diverse (or linked as the case maybe!) as law, housing, therapy, fitness and health, natural health, finance and teaching have provided hours of thought proving and sometimes painful advice.

People have made friends, and become frustrated, gone 5 steps forward and sometimes 1 step back. But we can honestly say things haven’t stayed the same and the feedback so far is thats a good thing, and means the light is closer to the end of the tunnel.

Its hard to write updates about groups of a private and confidential nature but I just wanted to share, that don’t be scared to reach out in times of darkness. If you are feeling alone in your relationship and spending more times scared and in tears, it could be that something is seriously wrong and this could implicate you and if you have children their future too. Don’t be scared to see if you could benefit by joining our ongoing help to move on from abuse.




It can feel a bit cold and bleak some days during the English winter, especially for those who don’t have much money to heat their homes, or friends and family to take their mind off the weather!

Angel Hands has been working on a new initiative around the country for those who are feeling isolated in their homes. We are working with 3 groups of people.

* Elderly members of society who are not having much interaction and due to financial hardship are becoming more and more isolated and spending a lot of time at home.

* Families who are struggling financially after ill health or serious relationship breakdowns.

* Motivated individuals trying to rebuild (or simply build) their lives and become financially secure, with regular employment and a sense of fulfilment.

We may be small but it doesn’t take much to help someone on the path to fulfil their dreams. Thank you to all the support we have received lately and will be updating more shortly. Please get in touch to find out more and either attend an event, or assist us.