Patrons and Ambassadors
Woman’s Trust Patrons
Caprice is the founder and CEO of By Caprice Products, a business speaker and a philanthropist. She is a strong supporter of Woman’s Trust and has been a Patron since 2011.
“Woman’s Trust does incredible work tackling the long term effects of domestic violence. I continue to support their work because this service is needed and valued by women in London. Woman’s Trust makes a real difference to many women’s lives, helping them recover and giving them strength to be all they can be.”
Tazeen is an award-winning reporter, writer and broadcaster in British and American TV News. In her 20 years of journalism, she has been a TV reporter and presenter at the BBC, Channel 4 and NBC news. She also works in personal consultancy helping individuals live better lives. Tazeen became our Patron in July 2016.
“Recovering after an abusive relationship takes support, energy and resilience that a survivor will have low reserves of. Woman’s Trust provides life-changing validation and counselling that can get a woman psychologically back on her feet, in order to rebuild a better life for herself and her children. This kind of help is not only priceless but also has long-lasting effects.”
Woman’s Trust Ambassadors
Singer songwriter Marianna Zappi became our first Ambassador in 2014. Marianna received support from Woman’s Trust after being in an abusive relationship for four years. She hopes that by speaking out about her experience, other victims will come forward and seek help to turn their lives around.
“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.”
Tee has shown a huge, heartfelt commitment to raising awareness of domestic violence and has spoken at a number of events as a representative of Woman’s Trust. Tee has participated in no less than three challenges – Santa in the City run, City Mile run (on crutches!!) and the Santa Run in Victoria Park – and raised over £1000 for Woman’s Trust. Tee will once again be showing us her support and passion by participating in the Superhero run on 14th May! We’re really grateful to Tee for all her efforts in raising awareness about our services, and we’re proud to have her as an ambassador for Woman’s Trust.
“I feel honoured and privileged to have been asked to represent Woman’s Trust as one of their Ambassadors. My dedication to raise as much awareness of domestic violence is paramount – a subject often not spoken about – my tireless work to engage with women affected by the detrimental affects of domestic violence does not have a sell by date. By speaking up and sharing, there is huge hope for a brighter future so women can 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”