MORE and more people are taking a stand against do

first_imgMORE and more people are taking a stand against domestic violence in St Helens – by logging to a new online pledge site.Nearly 80 people have already signed the pledge – part of the ‘Let’s Tackle Domestic Violence Together’ campaign launched by St Helens Council and its Community Safety Partners.By signing the pledge, visitors are automatically entered into a draw to win a campaign t-shirt, signed by Saints star Paul Wellens, who is sponsored by the Community Safety Partnership.There have already been three winners – Helen Mason and Susie Crossman from St Helens and Sarah Robotham from Blackpool, who all won t-shirts during the campaign launch last month (June).But the campaign has been so successful that an extra, signed t-shirt is now up for grabs. To be in with a chance of winning it, simply sign the pledge by visiting www.safersthelens.org.uk/pledges by August 31 2012.Those who have already signed will be automatically entered into the new draw. The winner will be contacted by email on 1 September 2012.The new drive aims to raise awareness of domestic violence in St Helens by encouraging people to go online and sign a pledge of support to end domestic violence and abuse – against women, children and men.For more information, click here.last_img

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