The support of the community is invaluable to SAY Women and means so much to our young women, especially as many of them had little support as children. We really appreciate all of your help and support!
Have some fun and raise money for SAY Women. If you’re planning a fun run, sponsored cycle, abseiling or climbing Everest (yes, someone has done this for us!), we really appreciate anything you can do. As well as raising money and increasing awareness of our services, your efforts inspire our young women to get out there and participate too.
Glasgow Kiltwalk 2019
Some of our staff and young women participated in this year’s Glasgow Kiltwalk. It was an amazing achievement, thanks so much to them and everyone who supported them. They raised an amazing £8,061!
Please click on the button to make a donation. Every contribution is really appreciated. Here are some examples of how we use our funds:
£4.50 pays for a bus ticket to allow young women to attend their support meetings
£10 buys food for a communal meal in our Accommodation Project
£15 buys a Destitution Pack of essential items and food for young women entering our services
£50 buys an arts and crafts box, which offers respite and distraction to reduce episodes of self-harm in young women
£5000 pays for 10 young women to go on a residential outdoor experience for two nights:
SAY Women have an ambition to help as many young women as possible and in a whole variety of ways. We also understand that we can’t do it alone and need support from a diverse range of people.
There are many ways to be involved in helping us support the young women who need us most. We invite you to get in touch and discuss how this could happen.
As well as Fundraising and Donating, your valuable support could include:
Potential Board Membership
Charity of the Year for your Organisation
Conference or Dinner Attendance
Work With Us
Our current job vacancies:
We are seeking a Groupworker with at least two years’ experience of providing groupwork and knowledge of the nature and impact of childhood sexual abuse. Experience/knowledge of homelessness, addictions and mental health issues is desirable.
The post is currently funded by the Scottish Government until end March 2020. We are expecting and working towards a successful application for the continuation of this fund.
Salary: £23,082 + 7.5% (35 hours per week)
A generous pension scheme and comprehensive staff support are offered.
The post is exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 so only female applicants may apply and are subject to PVG disclosure checks.
SAY Women strives to be an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from individuals who are disadvantaged and under-represented in the labour market.
Closing date: Friday, 13th September 2019
For an application pack contact Rebecca Grant: email@example.com or 0141 552 5803