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We were delighted that our Southmead Hospital Senior IDSVA won this award for demonstrating best practice in tackling domestic abuse.

2019-08-01T15:17:20+01:00
We were delighted that our Southmead Hospital Senior IDSVA won this award for demonstrating best practice in tackling domestic abuse.2019-08-01T15:17:20+01:00

Thanks to Cllr Rachel Hunt for the excellent donation of £1,434.02 from her Chair’s Charities Fund. It will help us to continue our work supporting victims and children who come into the South Gloucestershire services because they are fleeing from domestic abuse.

2019-07-25T15:20:55+01:00

The Chair’s fund was established in May 1998 as a focus for collecting funds for locally-based charities.  Each year the new Chair of Council chooses which charities he or she wishes to support.  Any donations received during that year are presented to the charities at the annual council meeting. This year’s Chair of Council, Cllr Rachael Hunt, has chosen domestic abuse charity Next Link and Freewheelers Blood Bikes as the charities she will be supporting to benefit.

Thanks to Cllr Rachel Hunt for the excellent donation of £1,434.02 from her Chair’s Charities Fund. It will help us to continue our work supporting victims and children who come into the South Gloucestershire services because they are fleeing from domestic abuse.2019-07-25T15:20:55+01:00

South Glos. Councillor Sarah Pomfret and Jo Kinsey from Business and Professional Women Group south west and friends donating boxes of toiletries for the women in South Glos. safe houses

2019-06-24T15:34:48+01:00
South Glos. Councillor Sarah Pomfret and Jo Kinsey from Business and Professional Women Group south west and friends donating boxes of toiletries for the women in South Glos. safe houses2019-06-24T15:34:48+01:00

Dr Alicia Smith Senior Research Associate from Bristol & Exeter Universities and Carol Metters CEO talking about research to raise awareness about head injuries and domestic abuse

2019-06-13T16:24:23+01:00
Dr Alicia Smith Senior Research Associate from Bristol & Exeter Universities and Carol Metters CEO talking about research to raise awareness about head injuries and domestic abuse2019-06-13T16:24:23+01:00

We’re celebrating volunteering week! Find out how to volunteer for us…

2019-06-06T14:49:54+01:00

Would you like to join the largest provider of women-only services in Bristol bringing innovation, expertise, established partnerships and extensive experience?

There are lots of exciting opportunities at Missing Link, Next Link and Safe Link to get involved in to support us. If you are interested in volunteering but don’t see a suitable role here, please get in touch and we can discuss the options!

Volunteers are highly valued as part of our organisation, they bring energy, enthusiasm and wide ranging skills to build the capacity in our services. Women with lived experience bring a vital understanding and extra dimension to our work and what we can achieve. Without volunteers, some of our most important and effective services would not be able to operate.

Ongoing training and support is provided for all of our voluntary roles.

If you want to know more about volunteering
please call our Volunteer Coordinator on 0117 925 1811
or e-mail: Volunteer.Coordinator@missinglinkhousing.co.uk


Female Children’s Play Worker Volunteers

Do you want to make a positive difference to the lives of children and families who have experienced domestic abuse?

We are looking for empathetic, reliable and patient volunteers to organise and deliver play sessions for children living in our safe houses. Your support will allow the children to engage with the service, in turn contributing to their physical, emotional and mental wellbeing.

This is a fantastic opportunity for people who would like to gain an understanding of domestic abuse services whilst having fun with and supporting children.

Feeling inspired?

If you are interested in applying please download a Children’s Play Worker Volunteer application pack here


Female Reception Volunteers

We are looking for empathetic, organised and reliable women to be the first point of contact for visitors to our office in Queen Square. You will play an important part in creating a friendly and professional welcome to our guests and visitors.

“I’ve found volunteering with Missing Link to be extremely rewarding and a really great opportunity to gain experience in a receptionist role. It’s been wonderful to learn new skills in such a supportive and friendly environment”

Feeling inspired?

If you are interested in applying please download a Female Reception Volunteers application pack here

We’re celebrating volunteering week! Find out how to volunteer for us…2019-06-06T14:49:54+01:00