Stopcocks National Register of Tradeswomen

by Hattie Hasan MBE in Todmorden, England, United Kingdom


raised in 353 days



To empower vulnerable women by helping them gain access to skilled tradeswomen to increase their safety at home through a Register & School

by Hattie Hasan MBE in Todmorden, England, United Kingdom

Preparing for launch

Hello dear supporters,

First of all Happy New Year! 

I know its late but I wanted to say it anyway.

We have been working in the background to get ready for the launch of the Register and we have a launch date.

1st March. We are very excited about this and to date have over 300 tradeswomen on the Register. Ranging from stone masons in the Highlands of Scotland to tree surgeons in the south. 

We're still collecting so please pass this on to any tradeswomen you know.

As you know all proceeds go towards the empowerment of women. Whether they are survivors of domestic abuse and want to gain independence by training in trades or not.

Right now we are in the throws of applying for funding from the European Social Fund to enable us to begin delivering trainings for women in refuges and safe houses around the north west of England.

The crowdfund has enabled us to give part time employment to 2 survivors of DA since we started in October last year.

The crowdfund will continue to be open for donations, and we were blown away by an anonymous donation of £200 that came in over the weekend. If you wish to identify yourselves to us we would love to thank you personally.

That's it for now.

We'll be spending February getting all the tradeswomen verified and issuing ID cards.

A very busy month coming up.

Thank you for your continued support.

All my best wishes


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