‘Getting Women Connected’ Project - Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council

by James Clarke
5 years ago

‘Getting Women Connected’

‘Getting Women Connected’ is a project with the aim to prevent such women from being socially excluded. The objective is to provide free to help single women on issues such as life skills; goal setting and managing resources. This will be achieved through free consultation meetings and workshops and child minding services.

The project commenced on 1 September 2019. Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Getting Women Connected’ have their office open from 1100hrs to 1300hrs at:

International Life Centre; 128 Gough Street; Wolverhampton; WV1 3DD

Counsellors and advisors will be there to help and talk to women who need help and advise on any social challenges.

‘Getting Women Connected’ will be officially launched at the same venue on: 30 November 2019. The event will run from 1200hrs to 1500hrs.

This project is being run by Princess Connect a registered charitable organisation. Princess Connect is a sisterhood that exists to empower women from all walks of life through networking. Its projects transcend geographical borders as it supports women and children across the African continent. You can find out more about Princess Connect at: Princess Connect | Women’s ministry