IGNITE Benevolence Fund (IGB) is a charitable fund established in 2007 to:
Establish FREE Breakfast Clubs within selected primary and secondary schools in London and Kent, serving the communities which have a high proportion of their children on free school meals.
Rai se awareness of Domestic Violence and Abuse among BME families, facilitating open communication through targeted talks, media campaigns, and training
Provide emergency accommodation plus advice and support for African and Caribbean women escaping violence and intimate partner abuse
Promote Fostering and Adoption of black and mixed raced children living in care. We host local borough seminars and recruitment drives in partnership with the councils and private agencies.
Mentor the Youth - with Practical Life Skills, Personal Presentation and Communication Workshops, Esteem and Confidence Booster Seminars, CV Writing and Higher Education Applications
Provide a daily meal, clean water and access to free primary education to children from impoverished families in Nateete, Uganda
Raise sponsored assistance for Orphans and Widows in the area.
Organise clothing and toy donations for children
Build and strengthen partnerships between communities in Africa and the Diaspora in the western nations.
This book will give every woman suffering domestic abuse and violence in silence the WISDOM to know what to do and the COURAGE to do it!
The author Vivien Rose is a survivor of a 14 year marriage plagued with domestic violence and verbal abuse and tshe shares openly and candidly about:
Her personal story and journey to recovery
The mindset of abuses and how to help them
The early warning signs?
How to protect and defend yourself?
How to overcome the shame
Is it possible to save your marriage?
Where can you go for help
Dealing with the Practicalities
SELF HELP GUIDE WHICH YOU CAN READ IN TOTAL PRIVACY!
DOWNLOAD THIS BOOK TO YOUR COMPUTER, MOBILE OR TABLET DEVICE
10% of all sales proceeds go to the LightHouse project
Your sponsorship and donations help fund our projects
IGNITE Benevolence is funded through a combination of methods ranging from individual and corporate donations, grants and proceeds from seminar events plus a network of sponsors as well as a percentage of book and product sales