Problems We Address
October 25, 2011
SUE WESTON, Women In Need’s secretary, is travelling to Brighton to attend the National Conference of the Soroptimists (women working for women).
Sue will display garments, which have been hand-embroidered and dyed by the women helped through WIN.
The sales of these goods will enable these forgotten women to secure an independent living.
Women In Need hopes to provide a portfolio of these beautiful bespoke pieces on our website soon.
(Pictured: Gudiya - a destitute young lady suffering from mental illness. Now safe and sheltered, and learning the art of embroidery)
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