Nominated in the Community and Charity Awards
Jane Gregory, Founder, won Pride of Manchester (regionals for Pride of Britain) for her services to volunteering and the community
Vera Green, a 97 year old domestic abuse survivor, also walked 97 miles for The Survivor Project and received the Mayor’s award
Kellie Ryan, Senior Case Manager, won the Mayor’s Award for volunteering
The team at The Survivor Project continued to work tirelessly through the pandemic.
They set up the Salford Covid Mutual Aid Coalition to ensure that survivors got the help they need, and opened their charity shop to gain even more support to feed back into the community.
Find out more about volunteering at the shop here
The Survivor Project helped over a thousand people and won Salford Charity of the Year.
Jane wrote a book called The Survivor Project – A Publication. This contains interviews with people who had survived abuse or lost a loved one to abuse.
You can read the full publication here
The Survivor Project (previously known as Salford Survivor) was founded by Jane Gregory on July 8th after the death of two local mums Linzi Ashton and Leanne Mcnuff.
Want to be a part of our journey?
Just £5 can give a survivor the essentials they need after leaving an abusive home