Community Advocate Scheme

Alpha Vesta’s Community Advocate Scheme is fully-funded for Essex based businesses and organisations by the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex (PFCC).  The aim is to recognise and acknowledge those businesses and organisations demonstrating their continued commitment and support to ‘break the cycle’ of domestic abuse.

The scheme requires no financial investment but a commitment to build partnerships and collaborations to work together to ‘break the cycle’ of domestic abuse and to inspire others to make a difference. 

If you would like to become a Community Advocate or introduce a business or organisation to Alpha Vesta, please get in touch.  For those businesses and organisations based outside of Essex we would still love to hear from you so that we can discuss how we can begin our journey of working together.

We have worked with individuals, groups, businesses, charities and organisations across the UK.

What do I have to do to become a Community Advocate?

There are a number of ways in which Community Advocates can demonstrate their commitment to Engage, Educate and Empower across their Workforce and Community.  Contact us at to express your interest to be a Community Advocate. 

There is no one shoe fits all and so there are many ways in which your business/organisation can contribute from encouraging and providing employees with the time to attend Alpha Vesta Training to introducing an ‘Alpha Vesta Approved’ Domestic Abuse Policy and/or Procedures within your workplace.

Download our Community Advocate Information Pack for more details.

    Community Advocate Scheme

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    CPD Provider
    Lottery Community Fund
    brentwood Chamber
    Essex Partnership
    Police, fire and crime commissioner for essex
    Essex Community Foundation

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