Rape Crisis (Wycombe, Chiltern And South Buckinghamshire)
Free, confidential support for women survivors of rape, sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse, aged 16+, living/working in South Buckinghamshire. Befriending, face-to-face & telephone counselling and support, self-help group, ISVA service. Support for non-abusing family/friends of survivors. Talks, training and support for other professionals and organisations. Youth and Asian Outreach work.
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Do you feel the charity is effective at creating positive change?
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Does the charity pester you for repeat/further donations?
After you've made a donation, do you feel pressured by the charity to make further or regular donations?
BAD = I've felt a lot of pressure
GREAT = I've never felt any pressure
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BAD = Way too much
GREAT = I've not received any unwanted gifts
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How Rape Crisis (Wycombe, Chiltern And South Buckinghamshire) receives and spends funds
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