Our supporters


w@w is funded by a mixture of voluntary donations, and grants from statutory and non-statutory funders including:

  • The Institute of Our Lady of Mercy (IOLM)
  • The National Offender Management Service (NOMS)
  • The Women’s Diversionary Fund
  • St Andrews of Holborn
  • Porticus
  • The St John Southworth Fund
  • Lankelly Chase
  • Women of the Year Foundation
  • Atlantic Trading
  • Tangley Trust

We have a working partnership with Depaul UK through which we provide support to women in prison and upon release and resettlement.

In addition we work closely with many local and pan-london agencies in order to provide a one-stop-shop so women can get all (or as much as possible) of the help they need in one location.

These agencies include:

  • Camden Safety Net (domestic violence service)
  • Camden Safer Streets Team (Street Outreach)
  • CLASH (sexual health service)
  • Icis drug support service
  • HMPs Holloway, Bronzefield, Downfield & East Sutton Park
  • Probation services
  • Street Talk (Counselling)
  • The Terence Higgins Trust (Sexual Health Services)
  • Titta Laattala (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
  • Women's Breakout
Work for us

Exiting Coordinator
£29,000pa (37.5 hours per week)

women@thewell is a women-only drop-in centre in Kings Cross. We provide a creative and supportive space for women, whose lives are affected by street based prostitution, including women who have been trafficked or are otherwise at risk.
Many of the women we work with experience:
• Rough sleeping or other problems with accommodation
• Substance use issues
• Mental health issues
• Problems with the criminal justice system or the immigration system; or
• Are victims of trafficking and modern slavery

This is an exciting time of growth for women@thewell and we are seeking a specialist Exiting Coordinator to work with us. You will have experience of working with vulnerable women with complex needs, have excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills and be passionate about supporting people to exit sexual exploitation. You will have a strong understanding of sustainable exit strategies for women and the barriers that they face.
The role is diverse and includes, building capacity within the existing staff team to support women to exit sexual exploitation, identifying routes out of prostitution, including supporting the development of a social enterprise, providing secretariat support to CAST and working directly with women to achieve sustainable exit.
You will be a multi skilled individual and a professional qualification in social work or a related field would be an advantage, though is not essential for the right candidate.
Contact recruitment@watw.org.uk or 54-55 Birkenhead Street London WC1H 8BB for an application pack

Application deadline: 12pm 17th April 2017
Interviews will be held on the 27th April 2017