Jewins women2women is a domestic violence Charity (Charity reg 1197027) registeredin England and Wales Operating in Oxfordshire, and the whole of the United Kingdom including Scotland. The clients that we serve are located across the United Kingdom and Scotland including Oxfordshire where our headquarters is based. We plan to operate in USA and Africa and planning to have offices in London, Thames Valley region, Scotland, East and West Midlands.

We are Oxfordshire and UK’s first BAME Therapy centre forAsian, African-Caribbean women who have suffered domestic abuse. We offer free life coaching,therapy sessions to women of Ethnic Minority who has suffered trauma and abuse. We also support with advocacy services and cultural support.

We are always seeking volunteers, and we have various social enterprise activities to raise money including selling African food, African clothes, arts and crafts. We have just set up the First African product Charity shop at Templar square shopping mall Cowley Oxford selling African, European and Asian dresses, fabrics arts and crafts. Shop with us.

Our history

Jewins Women2Women was founded by Ms Moji Obasa, a teacher of business in secondary schools in Oxfordshire and West Berkshire.

Ms Moji Obasa has over 15years experience within the retail industry, a serial entrepreneur, a politician and a Minister of God.

Being a single parent herself and someone who has suffered domestic violence which cost her, the opportunity to finish her studies at the prestigious University of Oxford.

Moji understands the issues and sufferings of women hence her heart is to see them receive a second chance and the opportunity to be their best.

Jewins Women2Women is managed experienced professionals with various degrees in Accountancy, Business and Education, also with business experience spanning over 10 years in total.

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