Min Grob


Leeway Domestic Violence and Abuse Services
Leeway has been operating in Norfolk since 1974 and provides a range of services for men, women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse across Norfolk and Suffolk including: A telephone helpline, emergency refuges, court advocacy, outreach services, male victim support, specialist services for children and young people and domestic abuse awareness training. Domestic violence doesn't just mean violent behaviour; abuse can be physical, sexual, psychological or financial. It can take place in any relationship regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, wealth or lifestyle. We work to empower our service users so that they can make positive changes in their lives.


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Bald For Change

Min Grob

My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/BaldForChange

Hello and thank you so much for visiting my page. 

Why am I shaving my head? I want to raise money for a charity that helps support victims of abuse. Much of this has to do with the experiences I've had and my desire to raise awareness and a greater understanding of domestic abuse- in particular coercive control. 

This year I will turn 50 and I want to go into the second half of my life as unencumbered and unbeholden to my past as I can. It has been a journey not only of understanding my external world but also of looking within and understanding me. 

I have chosen Leeway as they are a local charity providing refuge and outreach services around the Norwich and Waveney area. Leeway provides support for women as well as men and children. It has had a 27% increase in demand for its services but without the corresponding increase in funding which is why I am fundraising for them.

Please dig deep!!! Thank you!! 

Min Grob, Conference on Coercive Control, CCChat and volunteer at Leeway.

"12 women began meeting in 1974 and would found Leeway, the second refuge to open outside London. I was part of that group, learning so much so fast, not only about domestic violence but how to run organisations and how to put survivors at the centre. It is a tribute to generations of women that it still exists, but it needs support to continue to be a lifesaver in the lives of women and children."

Professor Liz Kelly, Professor of Sexualised Violence at London Metropolitan University as well as co-chair of the End Violence Against Women coalition (EVAW). 

Recent donors

10.07.17 Well done Min!


23.06.17 You are amazing! Xx

20.06.17 In admiration of you Min - good luck

15.06.17 You are so Brave and inspiring. Go for it Min Xxx


20.05.17 Good luck!

12.05.17 What an awesome initiative. All the very best to you and the cause!

11.05.17 Sorry it couldn't be more.


10.05.17 So proud of you Min - here's a start towards your fundraising target x


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