We need your support to make sure we are there for women when they call, when they need somewhere safe to sleep. We want every woman to #StaySafeAtHome but we need your help.
There are still lots of ways you can still support and fundraise for Solace from your home – from online quizzes to virtual marathons and Twitch streaming, we’re coming up with lots of exciting ways to support us!
If you want to discuss any fundraising ideas or ways you can support our emergency appeal you can contact Beth below.
Read our Fundraising at Home Guide below
Need some inspiration? Check our what our supporters have been up to during lockdown.
26 Hour Danceathon
3 housemates spent an incredible, 26 hours, dancing in their basement to raise money for Solace. They finished in high spirits, raising over £6,000! You can read their story here.
Our supporter, Vicki, used her birthday to support women fleeing abuse during lockdown. Instead of presents, she asked her friends and family to donate to her JustGiving page and raised an amazing £260 for Solace!
Or why not get involved by supporting our other amazing community fundraisers!
Seedlings for Solace
Seedlings for Solace is a wonderful community initiative in London, growing and selling seedlings with 100% of money raised going to support our #StaySafeAtHome appeal. Visit @seedlingsforsolace on Instagram to find out more. https://www.timeout.com/london/news/seedlings-for-solace-is-selling-plants-to-raise-funds-for-a-domestic-abuse-charity-042920
Tallulah Lingerie is an Islington-based shop, selling pieces designed to empower women with their well-fitting, beautiful lingerie. They will be donating pieces to Solace once lockdown lifts and in the meantime they are raising money for our #StaySafeAtHome appeal here https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/solaceandtallulah
Amy Mcmillan Art
Amy is a London-based artist. ‘Spirited’ is a new series of paintings and photographic etchings from her ‘isolation residency’. They are a part #artistsupportpledge. 50% of the sales will be donated directly to Solace and our vital #staysafeathome campaign. Check our her online shop here.
Sister & Co.
Sister & Co. are a skincare brand and long-time supporters of Solace, offering relaxing and nourishing products to support your self-care during lockdown. Throughout April and May 10% of profits will be donated to our #StaySafeAtHome appeal. Shop now.
Lotte is offering online yoga classes on a donation basis, with 25% going to Solace.
– Monday, 8-9am
– Thursday, 12.30-13:30pm
– Saturday, 11-12am
Get involved over on her IG page @lotte_b00m to stay active and connected to your body whilst in lockdown.
Lucie Rox Photography
French-born, London photographer, Lucie Rox, is donating 50% of all photography sales to Solace’s #StaySafeAtHome Appeal. Items include limited-edition handprints and special editions. Shop now.
The Angel Collective
Miriam Rees, founder of The Angel Collective, has been working hard during lockdown to support women experiencing abuse, by curating self care packages filled with luxury wellness products. See more at http://www.theangelcollective.co.uk/.
Esther Ann, a surface pattern designer from London, is selling packs of her feel-good greeting cards with 25% proceeds in aid of Solace. Shop now and send your loved ones a card to let them know you’re thinking of them during lockdown, whilst knowing you’re supporting women and children to build safe lives free from abuse.
Pavneet, an organisational psychologist and researcher, has created ‘Colourful Reflections’, a colouring book for adults and children alike, encouraging creativity and positivity during lockdown. The books are pay-as-you-feel with all proceeds going to support Solace and women to #StaySafeAtHome during this pandemic. Get yours now for the perfect, self-care lockdown activity. To donate and purchase, visit her page here.
Singer-songwriter, Shaefri, is donating 20% of merchandise sales in connection with new single ‘Girl’, exploring life after #MeToo. Click here to listen to ‘Girl’ and purchase a tshirt to support our #StaySafeAtHome appeal.
Abbie and Georgie, sisters and founders of Sunset Sisters are reminding us of sunnier days ahead with their colourful crop and glass bead necklaces. They’re donating 50% of sales to our appeal to support women to #StaySafeAtHome during this pandemic. Visit their Etsy page here to purchase.