On October 28th, Lincs Rural Housing Association travelled to Lincoln to meet the wonderful team at EDAN Lincs. Their charity helps and provides advice to men, women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
To support their charity, we have donated £1,000. We hope that this can help with the support and rehabilitation of victims of domestic abuse.
Their countywide outreach services can assist women, men and children who are still living in, or have recently left, an abusive relationship and who require advice and support with regards to options available to them. Their vision is ‘life free from domestic abuse’ and their mission is ‘to support and empower all those affected by domestic abuse. To Raise awareness of the impacts of domestic abuse and promote intolerance of it’.
Working closely with Lincolnshire County Council, Lincolnshire Police, and smaller charities all over the county, they make sure everyone is heard and cared for. Chairman of North Kesteven District Council Councillor Mrs Susannah Baker-Milan thanked Lincolnshire Rural Housing Association for the generous donation toward the Chairman’s Charity EDAN Lincs; stating that as an important partner of North Kesteven District Council our ethos to care and sustain rural communities for people in need is greatly valued. Therefore, our support to EDAN Lincs is invaluable.
Here at Lincolnshire Rural Housing Association, we are dedicated to delivering our vision of ‘helping to sustain rural communities’ and out mission ‘to provide homes for rural people in need’. We will be posting all EDAN Lincs support information on our website and making sure every resident is aware that they have a place to turn to. We are hoping to work closely with EDAN Lincs to make sure all our residents are supported.
Pictured left to right; Celia Madden – CEO EDAN Lincs, Councillor Mrs Susannah Baker-Milan – . Chair of North Kesteven District Council; and Rachael Fullwood – CEO Lincolnshire Rural Housing Association