Domestic abuse charity gets £272,966 funding over three years

The Pandora Project, which supports victims of domestic abuse, has received a cash boost from the Na

The Pandora Project, which supports victims of domestic abuse, has received a cash boost from the National Lottery. Picture: supplied by Pandora Project - Credit: Archant

A domestic abuse charity that helps vulnerable women and children in Norfolk will receive a funding boost of £272,966 over three years from the National Lottery.

The Pandora Project was granted the money from The National Lottery Community Fund to support children and young people affected by domestic abuse in west Norfolk and the coastal part of north Norfolk.

Emma Rafferty, the project's admin and media support, said: "Domestic abuse is endemic in our society. One in four women will be affected by domestic abuse in their lifetime and children are innocent victims.

"This funding will help to make an enormous difference to young people's lives, helping them to recover from the trauma of domestic abuse. They will learn how to keep themselves safe and have the skills and knowledge to recognise positive relationships. A huge thank you to all the players of the National Lottery for making this happen."


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