Popular expressions have linked colours to emotions for a long time. Penny Blower shows NDADA how to apply a little rainbow therapy to our wardrobes
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As a charity that relies solely on donations and support from the community to exist, every little really does help. Thankfully, there are a number of ways you can help us do the vital work we do – some of which you might not know about. Read on for fun and effective ways to get involved
NDADA believes that we are all entitled to a safe, happy, healthy homelife; free from abuse and the fear of abuse. We believe that striving to end domestic abuse will help create more opportunities for families to attain the lifestyle of their choice, without fear. You help us do that with your support of our work
While fringing, beige tones and tie-dye are all the rage this summer, there’s another fashion story grabbing the headlines. And it’s one that’s close to NDADA’s heart
We're very proud to announce that our premier dress agency re:love is a finalist in the Muddy Stiletto Awards 2019. However, the vote starts from zero again, so we need your vote! Please vote for re:love in the Women's Fashion Category – where else can you support sustainable fashion, pick up some designer labels AND help
Helen Frisby, former refuge manager at NDADA, explains the process of seeking shelter with Refuge, and tells the story of one of the many women and families she welcomes to safety – and a new beginning
Learning something new can boost our wellbeing in so many exciting and positive ways. Mastering a new skill exposes us to fresh ideas, helps us stay curious, builds our self confidence, gives us a sense of accomplishment and is a chance to make new friends
Rustic feasts and flower crowns aren’t the first things that come to mind when thinking of domestic abuse prevention and awareness, but one north Devon company is giving NDADA centre stage at some very hip happenings
Many of us put up with all kinds of bad behaviour from our loved ones from time to time – and let’s face it, there are times when we’re not that well behaved ourselves. This can be a matter of us just being ourselves (after all, no one’s perfect…). However, sometimes when we’ve been putting up with a pattern of behaviour for a long time, it can be hard to tell what’s going on.