Did you know? Many women suffer at the hands of abusive male
partners after a tradesman has completed work in their homes?
Using tradeswomen reduces incidences, but we go further.
We work with survivors to enable them to train in trades
The Register of Tradeswomen has operated for 3 years connecting customers to tradeswomen.
That service is now coming to an end as we focus all our attentions on the empowerment work we are doing with women survivors of abuse.
Our sister company Stopcocks Women Plumbers can still provide plumbers and heating engineers and our Ask an Engineer service is still available.
The Register of Tradeswomen is a not-for-profit and relies on supporters.
Please consider donating to our crowdfund or becoming an Investor in Tradeswomen by following the links above.
Our collaborations with organisations who support vulnerable women and women escaping abuse have already started to positively impact a community of survivors in Hull, where the very first DIY Champions course was delivered with great success.
“I have never seen the women glowing so much and growing in confidence with every day of your course”.
It’s our aim to make it easy for survivors to increase their independence and a great income by swelling the ranks of tradeswomen. A guide has been produced and sent to organisations up and down the UK. The courses are expected to be very popular judging by the response received so far and we expect to be running them on a regular basis.
Thanks to our supporters for making this possible.