The Daisy Chain Project has received a grant of £2972.50 from the Police & Crime Commissioner’s Safe Space Sussex Funding Network.
Jade-Shannon Patrick and Hayley Stoner will be joining the Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne on 22nd August to accept the grant award and explain how the funding will help victims to cope and recover from crime and abuse in Sussex.
Commenting on the funding award Jade-Shannon Patrick said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this grant from the Safe Space Funding Network, which will enable us to recruit more lawyers, advertise and keep our credentials and our website up-to-date so that we have a wider reach to help people.”
Commending The Daisy Chain Project on its successful bid Mrs Bourne said: “The Daisy Chain Project is a great example of an innovative local project that aims to help victims and protect our most vulnerable.
“Since the Funding Network was first opened in February we have had 27 approved providers join. I opened the network for funding applications on the 4th of June and we received 29 applications. Over £550,000 is being made available to these providers over the next two years which will help to enhance our understanding and meet the needs of victims in Sussex.
“I look forward to visiting the team at The Daisy Chain Project and following the progress of their project over the next year.”