Call us on: 01903 918764

How can we help?

We provide pro-bono legal advice to men and women experiencing, or fleeing, domestic abuse. This advice is supported by our team of regulated barristers and solicitors.

This website

We want this website to be an educational resource for legal options and advice when dealing with domestic abuse situations, which we will be updating on a weekly basis.

How can you help?

We’re passionate about helping our local community. We support and help our local refuge centres by providing necessary products for men, women, and children. You can donate to us here.

About The Daisy Chain Project

The Daisy Chain Project is a new charity based in Worthing, West Sussex, UK with a UK-wide reach. They aim to help fight domestic violence by providing pro bono legal advice. The charity also wants to educate people about what constitutes domestic abuse, for example by writing a childrens’ book about domestic abuse which you can donate to here.

In December 2017 The Daisy Chain Project created a Christmas Hamper campaign, working with local supermarkets and small businesses to donate surplus or end of line feminine and baby products to pass on to local womens’ refuges.

The Daisy Chain Project has its own legal team, consisting of experienced, qualified, and fully regulated barristers and solicitors who offer free legal support to men and women experiencing, or fleeing, domestic abuse. They are regulated by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors Regulation Authority respectively, so you know we only work with the most trustworthy and experienced team.

This legal support is entirely voluntary and each member is passionate about supporting as many people as possible escape from vulnerable situations. Our advice and correspondence with you is entirely confidential; we will not share data with any other authority or service [i.e. police, social services] unless you request for us to do so on your behalf.

The Christmas Hamper Campaign for The Daisy Chain Project
The Christmas Hamper Campaign for The Daisy Chain Project

The latest from the Education Centre

  • Ask A Lawyer: Will my sexual history be read out in Court?
    Ask A Lawyer: Will my sexual history be read out in Court?
    We asked Mark Savage, one of our legal team, ‘will my sexual history be read out in Court?: Many women, particularly those who are the victims of rape and sexual abuse often ask whether their sexual history will be read out in Court or whether they will be cross examined about...
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  • Simon Says:  R v Joe Storey
    Simon Says: R v Joe Storey
    Simon Spence QC is one of our brilliant trustees and part of our legal team. Here he writes about his successful prosecution in Regina v Joe Storey- a domestic homicide: I prosecuted this case at Norwich Crown Court in June 2017. Storey was charged with the Murder of his girlfriend,...
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  • Ask A Lawyer- What is Domestic Abuse?
    Ask A Lawyer- What is Domestic Abuse?
      Mark Peter Savage is a senior solicitor and partner at Anthony King & Co in Basildon, Essex.  Here he advises about some of the signs of abuse and how to recognise and combat them: There is not, and can never be a good reason for anyone to be abused...
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The Daisy Chain Project

Domestic Abuse Prevention Charity- Legal advice
The Daisy Chain Project
The Daisy Chain Project
Does anybody know how to connect a xerox workcentre printer to the network- we have WiFi and an Ethernet cable but it’s not letting us print. Thank you
The Daisy Chain Project
The Daisy Chain Project
We have lots of exciting stuff to come so have been busy beavering away behind the scenes. You can expect our first book in around December time, which deals with domestic abuse for children aged 3-7.

We also have some more media opportunities coming our way, a trip to court, and a few more bits and pieces.

As ever if you need us, contact info@thedaisychainproject.com

#domesticabuse #lawyers #probono
The Daisy Chain Project
The Daisy Chain Project
Thank you, Waitrose, for your £348 donation ❤️
The Daisy Chain Project
The Daisy Chain Project
We’re so excited 🙂
The Daisy Chain Project
The Daisy Chain Project
Is anyone able to help us make and edit a video about domestic abuse? We’d like to make more interactive content as we appreciate people viewing our resources may learn in different ways 🌈
The Daisy Chain Project
The Daisy Chain Project
We are desperately seeking more lawyers to join our team. We give pro bono legal advice to victims of domestic abuse via an email inbox. If you are a family, crime, or housing practitioner and can spare some time on an ad hoc basis to help us we would really appreciate it!

#probono #legaladvice #domesticabuse

We want to branch into being able to be at our office full time. Does anyone know of any funding we can get to employ people? Thank you!

RT @ukhomeoffice: Gay men are more than twice as likely to be victims of #DomesticAbuse.*
Survivor @MattJLloyd tells us how he found the strength to leave an abusive relationship. https://t.co/vo0Efo6RDV
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We would also like to hear from anyone who has self published a children’s book ❤️

Now we have our manuscript we are needing an illustrator to do lovely big, colourful pictures for our children’s book on domestic abuse. Does anyone have any recommendations?

First draft of our children’s book is complete. Thanks to everyone who donated personally, as well as @KatyBourne @SussexPCC, and @waitrose ❤️