Woman's Trust free London counselling women emotional wellbeing therapy charity domestic violence domestic abuse mental health patron supporter ambassador Our People Dee Falcone

Tee Falcone

Tee, has shown a huge commitment to raising awareness of domestic violence. As one of our ambassadors, she has represented Woman’s Trust at many events. Tee has participated in no less than three challenges to raise funds for us! She has completed the Santa in the City run, the City Mile run (on crutches!) and the Santa Run in Victoria Park. Tee has raised over £1,000 for Woman’s Trust.

Tee says:

I feel honoured and privileged to have been asked to represent Woman’s Trust as an ambassador. My dedication to raise as much awareness of domestic violence is paramount. It’s a subject often not spoken about. I am committed to engaging with women affected by the detrimental effects of domestic violence. By speaking up and sharing, there is huge hope for a brighter future and for women to recover and rebuild their lives.

“The various services offered by Woman’s Trust are incredibly beneficial and have changed copious women’s lives for the better – together we are stronger.

We’re grateful to Tee for all her efforts in raising awareness about our services – and as one of our regular fundraisers. Thank you, Tee!

Woman's Trust free London counselling women emotional wellbeing therapy charity domestic violence domestic abuse mental health celebrity supporter ambassador Our People Marianna Zappi

Marianna Zappi

Singer and songwriter Marianna Zappi became our first ambassador in 2014.

Marianna was in an abusive relationship for four years and received support from Woman’s Trust.

She says:

“I could not believe that something like that could happen to someone like me. Woman’s Trust gave me the chance to attend counselling so I could find the answers I was looking for. I know it is possible to recover, to have a life after something so atrocious. Woman’s Trust is there for you.”

Marianna rose to fame on British TV show, The X Factor. She used her fame to speak out about her own experience in the hope it will encourage other victims to come forward and seek help.

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