Brighton Oasis Project Silent Auction

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Brighton Oasis Project does amazing things for women. Women affected by addiction. Women affected by addiction who have lost access to their children. They do it fast; and well. The women they help are an incredible testament both to Oasis and to themselves, showing what can be achieved given the right help at the right moment in the right way. Oasis has mastered whats right.

As their Director Jo-Anne Welsh put it last year, "when I am asked 'why a service just for women?' I answer 'because a default service is always a male service. Almost all of these women have children and have been subject to sexual and/or domestic violence. The standard support services offer no childcare facility to assist them to attend and if they can manage to find help, when they do attend, they find themselves sat alongside the perpetrator and/or their dealer or worse'."

With austerity measures disproportionately affecting women's organisations across the board, Oasis has experienced cuts to its funding and relies heavily on support from the local community. 

Support Brighton Oasis Project today by bidding on one of the fantastic lots available in this online (silent; shhhh) auction.

THANK YOU!
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Lot 1
£ 200
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Private Fine Dining Experience
Lot 2
£ 255
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Your Name in Peter James' Next Novel
Lot 3
£ 140
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2 Night Stay in Jackson's Cabin, Sussex
Lot 4
£ 100
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Two tickets to Glyndebourne
Lot 5
£ 70
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Brighton Sailing Club Full or Social Membership
Lot 6
£ 50
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Lipstick and Lust: Original LaRousse Illustration
Lot 7
£ 35
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ELEMIS Glowing Skin Collection Gift Set
Lot 8
£ 450
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Original Painting by South African Artist, Vernon
Lot 9
£ 150
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Original Painting by George Hinton
Lot 10
£ 125
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Hand Beaded Elephant Head Wall Hanging
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£ 35
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Hand Beaded Footballer Statue
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