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The Pod, Episode 3: The Good Grief Trust

In episode 3 of our new series of "up close and personal" interviews in "The Pod", Denise Waterman chats with the lovely Linda Magistris, founder of Wimbledon based charity The Good Grief Trust: www.thegoodgrieftrust.org twitter.com/goodgrieftrust facebook.com/thegoodgrieftrust To find out more about filming opportunities in "The Pod", as well as how SWL.TV can help put your video in front of 20,000+ YouTube subscribers and 11,000+ social media followers, please head over to: http://www.southwestlondon.tv/ThePod And don't forget to subscribe to our channel! Just click on the "SUB" logo, bottom right in the video player, or follow this link: http://www.youtube.com/user/southwestlondontv?sub_confirmation=1

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Young Mums Support Network

https://www.spacehive.com/make-the-house-a-home Fiona and her team need your help urgently with a Crowdfunding campaign to get 100+ backers by 10th October 2018. You can help by donating as little as £2 but the raw number of supporters is the important thing right now so please follow the link above and help them make a big difference to families in Wandsworth. https://twitter.com/young_mothers https://www.facebook.com/thejoysofmotherhood

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The Pod, Episode 5: Young Mums’ Support Network

In episode 5 of "The Pod", Denise Waterman chats with Fiona Small about her community interest company Young Mums' Support Network in Battersea. https://ymsn.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/thejoysofmotherhood @young_mothers To find out more about filming opportunities in "The Pod", as well as how SWL.TV can help put your video in front of 20,000+ YouTube subscribers and 11,000+ social media followers, please head over to: http://www.southwestlondon.tv/ThePod And don't forget to subscribe to our channel! Just click on the "SUB" logo, bottom right in the video player, or follow this link: http://www.youtube.com/user/southwestlondontv?sub_confirmation=1

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Yvonne Ellis, founder of Daughter Arise

The aim of Daughter Arise is to support those who have been through sexual abuse and also emotional and physical abuse who are struggling with the aftermath to help them build a solid foundation for their future by offering encouragement, support, education and spiritual motivation which in turn will empower the individual to make informed choices and positive changes in their circumstances. We work with survivors of sexual abuse, their families and supporters irrespective of faith, culture, life choices or personal background we are here to listen and support. www.daughterarise.org.uk @DAriseCIC

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