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Southern Domestic Abuse Service

What it does
    SDAS provides inclusive services services to women, children, young people & men affected by domestic abuse. Services include: Refuge accommodation, Community based outreach services, IDVA Services, Women only group work, Specialist work with children/young people, FGM Community Work/Development, work with perpetrators, domestic abuse preventative work and training.
Who works here
  • 61 employees and 7 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • Other Defined Groups
Sector(s) covered
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • Education/training
  • Accommodation/housing
  • Other Charitable Purposes
Where it operates
  • Hampshire, West Sussex, Portsmouth City
How it's governed
  • UK Charity, number: 1146773
  • First registered on 03/04/2012
Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £1,828,942 £1,519,858 £309,084 8 61 7 21/09/2018
31/03/2017 £1,426,679 £1,233,233 £193,446 £929,849 8 49 5 05/10/2017
31/03/2016 £1,353,010 £1,095,051 £257,959 £736,403 7 42 9 28/09/2016
31/03/2015 £747,602 £699,908 £47,694 £483,963 8 21 6 23/11/2015
31/03/2014 £617,655 £573,846 £43,809 £436,269 8 16 6 23/09/2014
31/03/2013 £784,599 £392,139 £392,460 £392,460 11 15 6 30/09/2013
Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 2 grant making charities totalling £1,314,299

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£180,000
30/11/2018
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' funding of the salaries of the Senior IDVA and a part-time IDVA at a project providing support to victims of domestic abuse in Hampshire
£10,000
30/04/2018
National Lottery The project will run a programme of weekly sessions for victims and survivors of domestic abuse and children, young people and adults who have experienced long term trauma. The aim is to build resilience and improve the mental wellbeing of parents and their children.
£500,000
31/01/2017
National Lottery This group will develop their project which aims to provide a domestic abuse offender service, working with people who use abusive/violent behaviours towards their partner. The project is also open to couples where both partners use abusive behaviours and will also support non-abusive partners who have been victims. The programme will be tailored to individual’s needs and will cover sessions such as managing emotions and rational thinking. Victims will be offered help with risk and safety planning.
£10,000
31/03/2016
National Lottery This organisation will use the funding to run a nine week programme to work with child to parent abuse cases. This will enable the organisation to reduce the parents sense of guilt and isolation as well as help explore the child’s behaviour and get to the root of their violent behaviour.
£499,999
31/05/2015
National Lottery The project will expand the services geographically and increase the number of victims of domestic abuse it supports, aiming to put them on the path to long-term safety. The service will include, serving as a main point of contact and working with beneficiaries to assess the level of risk; discussing the range of suitable options and developing co-ordinated safety plans, including immediate practical steps to protect them and their children, as well as longer-term solutions.
£10,000
28/01/2015
National Lottery Not Available
£104,300
28/02/2014
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' salary of the Senior Independent Domestic Violence Advocate at a project in Havant providing support to survivors of domestic violence
Governance
Trustees (9)
  • Gill Butler
  • Julia Munday
  • Wendy Osgood
  • Samantha Lee
  • Claire Godwin
  • Margaret Ann Poil
  • Rachel Williams
  • Donna Cullimore
  • Sara Elizabeth Walker
Main office

PO BOX 53
HAVANT
HAMPSHIRE
PO9 1UA

Objectives

THE CHARITY IS ESTABLISHED FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES ONLY: 1.TO IMPROVE THE PROTECTION AVAILABLE TO THE VICTIMS OR POTENTIAL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE (MEANING PHYSICAL, SEXUAL, EMOTIONAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL, MENTAL AND/OR FINANCIAL ABUSE WITHIN AN INTIMATE OR FAMILY RELATIONSHIP); 2. TO WORK TOWARDS THE PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC ABUSE THROUGH PUBLIC AWARENESS AND EDUCATION; 3.TO PROVIDE A HIGH QUALITY OF SERVICE AND SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS OR POTENTIAL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE; 4. TO PROVIDE RELIEF FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE; 5. TO PROVIDE SUPPORT AND REFUGE ACCOMMODATION FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE OR OF A PATTERN OF COERCIVE AND CONTROLLING BEHAVIOUR, INCLUDING FORCED MARRIAGE AND VICTIMS OF SO-CALLED ?HONOUR? CRIMES; 6. TO FURTHER THE STUDY OF THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF DOMESTIC ABUSE; 7. TO PROVIDE SERVICES AND SUPPORT FOR ALL VICTIMS OR POTENTIAL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE. IN FURTHERANCE OF THE OBJECTS THE CHARITY MAY; 8.PROVIDE REFUGE ACCOMMODATION FOR VICTIMS OR POTENTIAL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE AND THEIR DEPENDANTS WHO, BY REASON OF THEIR DOMESTIC CIRCUMSTANCES, ARE IN THE OPINION OF THE CHARITY IN NEED OF TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATION TO ENSURE THEIR SAFETY AND PHYSICAL AND/OR MENTAL WELL-BEING; 9. PROMOTE, SPONSOR, FACILITATE, ENCOURAGE AND/OR UNDERTAKE RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL PROJECTS IN RELATION TO DOMESTIC ABUSE; 10. ADVANCE AND PROMOTE PUBLIC EDUCATION AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE ISSUES OF DOMESTIC ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; 11.PROVIDE ASSISTANCE, FINANCIAL OR OTHERWISE TO THIRD PARTIES; 12.SOLICIT, OBTAIN, COLLECT AND RECEIVE MONEY AND RESOURCES BY WAY OF CONTRIBUTIONS, DONATIONS, LEGACIES GRANTS AND ANY OTHER LAWFUL METHOD AND ACCEPT AND RECEIVE GIFTS AND BEQUESTS OF PROPERTY OF ANY DESCRIPTION (WHETHER SUBJECT TO ANY SPECIAL TRUST OR NOT); 13.PROCURE AND PROVIDE GENERAL INFORMATION RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE; 14.PROCURE TO BE WRITTEN AND PRINT, PUBLISH, ISSUE AND CIRCULATE IN PAPER OR ELECTRONIC FORM, GRATUITOUSLY OR OTHERWISE, REPOST, PERIODICALS, BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, LEAFLETS OR OTHER DOCUMENTS; 15.CARRY OUT SUCH LAWFUL ACTS AS MAY BE CONDUCTIVE TO FURTHERANCE OF THE OBJECTS.