Strut Safe is a free, non-judgemental volunteer service dedicated to walking anyone who needs us home safely.
Strut Safe was founded by Rachel Chung and Alice Jackson following the murder of Sarah Everard in March of 2021. We were once again reminded that there is much work to be done to dismantle systemic violence against women and other marginalised groups. Strut Safe is an initiative to help anyone who feels unsafe when walking in public. We have volunteers based across the UK ready to take calls and stay on the line with you until you get in the door.
Who is this aimed at?
Anyone can call Strut Safe. We are dedicated to providing free, non-judgemental support to anyone who needs us
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Friday and Saturday - 7pm to 3am
Sunday - 7pm to 1am
This service is free
How to get involved
If you have any queries or seek support, please phone 0333 335 0026, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the online Contact Form Visit the Contact Form on the Strut Safe website.
Phone: 0333 335 0026
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