This International Women's Day, we are asking you to dress up in your boldest and brightest colours to raise funds for women facing homelessness in Wales!

In 2016-17 10,407 women in Wales asked for help with homelessness. Many of them were parents or pregnant, putting significant numbers of children at risk of becoming homeless too. 

The theme of this year's International Women's Day is #PressforProgress. By taking part in Be Bold and raising funds for Llamau, you will be helping us to Press for Progress for thousands of women across Wales who ask for help with homelessness each year. 

If you're from a school, business or community group, email [email protected] to get involved.

Find out more at our Be Bold breakfast networking event

If you would like to find out more about Be Bold and how you can support us on International Women's Day, why not come along to our breakfast networking event at Capital Law on 8 February 2018. 

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How Llamau #PressforProgress

Supporting women who are homeless means more than simply putting a roof over their heads.

Many homeless women have experienced trauma in their lives which has led to complex issues and needs. A woman may have fled an abusive relationship, or developed serious mental health issues as a result of historical abuse.

Llamau provides safe accommodation for women and children who have left an abusive relationship, while supporting them to consider their options for the future. We also provide gender-specific services for women who would not be comfortable in a mixed-gender environment.

We provide each individual with a tailored package of support which builds on women's strengths, enabling them to lead independent lives.