We had the great pleasure in meeting Sarah Owen MP last week. She spoke passionately about her work around homelessness and rough sleeping, issues that are becoming all too common for the women we support. We also discussed the cost of living crisis and the impossible decisions women are having to make to keep their [...]
On 9th December, to close 16 Days of Action, we took a walk with some of our friends past and present in the local park. It was a chance to catch up, talk about recent experiences and challenges as well as enjoy some fresh air and exercise. As one friend said we were "...keeping the [...]
Calling all our friends past and present to come and join us this Thursday 9th December for a short stroll followed by a hot drink at Stockwood Park. It's a chance to about life post-Covid and share your experiences and challenges.
On Friday 26th November, we joined a number of women's charities and organisations from across Luton to remember those women who have tragically died over the past year as a result of male violence. Remembering women who have died through male violence
Today is Day 1 of the 16 days of activism to end violence against women and girls. 1 in 4 women will experience abuse during their lifetime. It is a basic human right to feel safe. #itsnotok #evawg #GenerationEquality #orangetheworld #16days #spreadtheword
After the past 18 months, the Stepping Stones team is taking on a fitness challenge! We want to improve our health and wellbeing while raising money that will directly fund our support for vulnerable women and children. We would love it if you could help by making a donation by clicking here
This display has been prominent in our office for over a year now. We recognise and celebrate the achievements of women of colour through the year at Stepping Stones. These women are groundbreaking, but not unique. Every day we work with and support women of colour who show tremendous courage, tenacity, and determination to move [...]
We are proud to be a small charity that has a huge impact. Last year, despite the challenging environment, our amazing Practitioners still supported over 300 vulnerable women; helping them to stay safe and make critical life changes.
Our team is so honoured to have been nominated by our service users for this High Sheriff Award to recognise our "great and valuable services to the community". It is a real boost and we would like to thank the High Sheriff and all our supporters for helping us through this challenging year.
One of our incredibly talented Practitioner team created this amazing piece of art to celebrate #IWD2021. What an inspiration!