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Supporting the Everyman Project

The Everyman Project relies on support from volunteers and charitable funding to continue providing counselling to men who want to change their violent or abusive behaviours. In the absence of any funding from government bodies we are reliant on these grants and volunteers to help us provide a service which helps men change their behaviours and benefits women and children affected by domestic violence. Donations from members of the public who wish to support our work are gratefully received. The easiest way to make a donation to the project is online via Paypal. Just click the link below.

If you wish to make a payment by cheque (payable to Everyman Project) please send it to the address below.

Everyman Project
1A Waterlow Rd,
London N19 5NJ


To make a payment for an assessment, deposit or counselling session use the button below.


If you shop online, you can help to raise valuable extra funds for the Everyman Project by accessing your favourite sites through www.easyfundraising.org.uk and nominating Everyman Project as your chosen charity. It’s easy and free to use. Click the button on the bottom of the banner to the right to go to our page.

With Easyfundraising you can access many retailers, including Amazon, Direct Line, BA, Thomas Cook, John Lewis, M&S, Waterstone’s, NEXT, Debenhams and over 500 others. By using the links on the easyfundraising site each time you shop online, Everyman Project will receive a donation of up to 15% from every purchase you make, at no extra cost to you.

For more information about the Everyman Project please phone 0207 263 8884
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