We have been in our current premises for 6 years, and although we have found this to be a great location we have unfortunately out grown the building. We are not moving far though, we are moving next door! Currently at 18 King Street and from the 2nd of July we will be based at 16 King Street.
We will have an additional Support Room, a dedicated Group Room, a welcoming Waiting Area with Resource Library and a Training Room. We will also have improved disabled access and an accessible toilet!
The move will greatly improve our capacity to deliver support and prevention services as well as give the staff and volunteer team a bit more room to grow into!
Do you work, volunteer or are you on a placement with an organisation in Perth & Kinross and interested in finding out more about the work that RASAC does?
We offer an opportunity every month to come along to the Centre to meet with a staff member and to find out about all our services, support, groups, training and more. It is also an opportunity for you to ask questions and see where we are. The next one will be on Wednesday 25th April between 12pm and 1pm.
Places need to be booked in advance as there are 8 places available. If you would like to come in as a staff team then we would be delighted to welcome you.
Call 01738 626290 ext 4 to book a place.
We would like to thank all the RASAC Youth Ambassadors for the nomination for the National Youth Awards. We were delighted to have been nominated for the award and to have made it as a finalist. This is itself is a great recognition of the work that the project does.
The picture is of Kurby, one of our Youth Ambassadors and Angela one of the RYI Staff team, taken at the awards ceremony.
The final fundraising performance of the Vagina Monologues will take place in the Bonar Hall in Dundee this Friday evening at 7.30pm.
The previous performance on the 9th March 2018, which had sold out, was met with great appreciation from those who came along to support the event. Feedback has compared the event to professional performances saying that it was 'Amazing, the best performance of the monologues I've seen' another woman stated 'I think it's a show that every woman should see!'
The Vagina Monologues are based on real interviews conducted by Eve Ensler. You move from crying with laughter to sadness and pain. One person who attended said 'It had the right balance, you were laughing one moment then really moved at the next.'
Tickets are available form WRASACDundee There is currently a limited offer of buy 3 tickets gets 1 free
Just a quick post to thank all the below who have contributed to the success of the monologues fundraising event. Without your help and support we would not have been able to perform on the Friday. To all those who came along to event, thank you for your support, we hope you enjoyed the evening.
Thanks to all the staff at The Best Western Queens Hotel Perth for rehearsal space and our performance venue!
Many thanks to the Violence Against Women Partnership Perth & Kinross and The Community Safety Partnership who have helped cover some of the costs of the event.
A big thank you to the producer Sam and all the cast! Without you all the show would not have happened!