Stockport Without Abuse charity handed £1,000 Amazon donation

Staff from Stockport Without Abuse staff with their Amazon donation
Staff from Stockport Without Abuse with their Amazon donation (Chris Bull)

A charity that offers a range of services to help women, men and children who are affected by domestic abuse has received a £1,000 donation from the team at the Amazon fulfilment centre in Manchester.

Stockport Without Abuse was established over 40 years ago to provide a range of quality support services to families experiencing domestic abuse.

The charity’s services include safe temporary accommodation for women, men and children as well as emotional and practical support.

The donation will allow Stockport Without Abuse to continue its valuable services, such as providing essential items for families in distress. The Amazon team also made an additional donation of £250 to purchase children’s toys and equipment.

Neil Travis, General Manager at Amazon in Manchester, said: “Stockport Without Abuse is a lifeline for families in our community and the work being done by the charity’s staff and volunteers is incredibly important.

“We’re happy to support such an invaluable service that will help the team assist local families.”

The donation forms part of the ‘Amazon in the Community’ programme that supports the communities around its operating locations across the UK.