Pathways Project

Women’s Football Team Showing Domestic Abuse Awareness

AFC Fradley are collaborating with the Staffordshire based charity, Pathway Project, who work with survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. 

Pathway are thrilled to announce that the players are now sporting the Pathway logo on their women’s team shirts.  This is a wonderful gesture that will help to raise awareness of the much-needed care and support Pathway provide.

Pathway Project, with a head office in Lichfield, has been running for over 30 years, was founded by Kathy Coe M.B.E., and have refuges housing up to 21 families in Lichfield and Tamworth. 

Pathway Project have a 24-hour helpline, 01543 676 800, so help is available night and day.  In addition, they have a team of outreach workers covering Lichfield, Tamworth, Rugeley, Burntwood and surrounding areas. They help men, women and children who are in domestic or sexually abusive relationships.

They also offer a counselling service to people with present and past domestic or sexual abuse trauma. 

Pathway’s aim is to help survivors live in safety and free from fear.

If you or someone you know is suffering domestic abuse, please call Pathway on 01543 676 800.

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