WE R HERE is absolutely honoured and delighted to receive The Queens Award for Voluntary Service today. This is the highest award that can be given to a voluntary organisation in recognition of the invaluable part played by the volunteers
Join us on Saturday 28th March from 9.30 am to 12 for some Zumba fun! Raising funds and awareness for NOTTINGHAM CENTRAL WOMEN’S AID and WE R HERE; two charities who support women and children fleeing domestic abuse and violence,
This February we are looking for passionate individuals to fundraise for our service helping us raise vital funds. With your help we can offer more one to one counselling, family events and workshops to help families who are struggling after trauma.
The WE R HERE team are taking a well-earned break over the festive period and the Service Hub will be closed from Friday 20th December until Monday 6th January. Christmas can be a time to come together and celebrate but
We drew our annual Christmas Raffle on Friday 13th December and are pleased to reveal our lucky winning tickets as follows: 1st Prize: 536 2nd Prize: 329 3rd Prize: 325 Other winning tickets: 446, 452, 488, 620, 312, 461, 468,
The wonderful Rosa Keneally has very kindly offered to run the Nottingham Christmas Marathon on behalf of WE R HERE. You can donate to her Local Giving page here: https://localgiving.org/fundraising/Rosa-runs-for-WE-R-HERE/ “I am running a marathon to raise vital funds for
The Elwes Arms in Carlton are holding a Quiz Night & fundraiser for We R Here on the evening of Tuesday 12th November 2019 from 8pm. There will be games and a raffle on the night, so get a group
Join us at our fundraising events in July and October We would love to see you at our forthcoming events! If you are unable to attend, please consider donating the cost of a £3 ticket to help us offer more workshops
WE R HERE: Notice of Meeting NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 5th Annual General Meeting of We R here will be held at the Council Chamber, Gedling Borough Council, Civic
Every brick in our wall of hope represents a service user; their strength, resilience and creativity. The wall was unveiled at our International Women’s Day event 2019, celebrating survivors and their messages of inspiration and hope.