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Unseen are looking for a volunteer administrative assistant to provide office based support to the charity in its day to day operations, to support the fundraising and marketing team in communicating with supporters and to offer other administrative support as needed.
A staged reading of a new comedy by Frances Butt, starring Sophie Ward (Jane Eyre) and Tim Bentinck (The Archers), in aid of Unseen and One25.
1st February 2015
Tobacco Factory Theatre, Bristol BS3 1TF
Could you help a survivor transition into independent living?
Unseen’s Resettlement Service provides the on-going support survivors need to continue their recovery. It’s a simple but vital next step, and we desperately need to ensure the service is financially secure in 2015 and beyond.
The funding is specifically for Unseen's WATER (Women's Anti-Trafficking Emergency Refuge) Project - the only safe-house in the South West and one of only three services in the country offering 24/7 support to victims of human trafficking - and Unseen's unique Resettlement Programme - supporting women as they continue their journey of recovery once they leave the safe-house.
The £225,337 grant is spread over two years and allows Unseen to continue to add the specialist support required to ensure survivors of human trafficking can begin the road to recovery and importantly become more resilient to being re-exploited.
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