Bright Sky

Bright Sky is here for anyone in an abusive relationship, or if you’re worried about someone else. Our directory of services will help you to find local and national support services and you can also find out how to spot the signs of domestic abuse.

Bright Sky is also available as an app via the App Store or Google Play. Only download the app if it is safe for you to do so and if you’re sure that your phone isn’t being monitored.

The initial development of this website was funded by the Home Office. Vodafone Foundation supported the launch of the Bright Sky app, and continue to support the development of Bright Sky in the UK and internationally.

If you have enquiries about Bright Sky, you can email brightsky@hestia.org.
For media enquiries, please contact: hestia.media@hestia.org.

About Hestia

Bright Sky is managed by the charity Hestia. Hestia supports adults and children in times of crisis, including people experiencing domestic abuse.

We deliver services across London and the surrounding regions, as well as campaign and advocate nationally on the issues that affect the people we work with.

We are proud to be the home of UK SAYS NO MORE, bringing together a diverse coalition of individuals, charities, businesses and public sector organisations to campaign for an end to domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Thames Valley Partnership

This website is also supported by Thames Valley Partnership, a charity of over 26 years who specialise in the provision of long-term solutions to crime and social exclusion, as well as a number of services to support victims of crime. Thames Valley Partnership plays a key role in the growing success of Bright Sky, working alongside Hestia on Bright Sky UK, and leading the global roll out of the Bright Sky App. By April 2021, supported by the Vodafone Foundation, Bright Sky will be available in 10 countries world-wide.

Alongside our front-facing services and Bright Sky, Thames Valley Partnership manages the not-for-profit TecSOS project. The TecSOS (Technical SOS) wider programme offers a suite of tools and devices to both support and protect survivors of abuse.

Vodafone Foundation

Vodafone Foundation (UK registered charity number 1089625) uses the power of Vodafone connectivity to address some of the world’s most pressing problems, by supporting sustainable projects that use technology to deliver public benefit at scale. Technology and connectivity are essential tools to support survivors of domestic violence and abuse, helping to provide a safe route to help and even saving lives. For over ten years, Vodafone Foundation have connected over 1.3m people affected by abuse to information, advice and support through a portfolio of Apps Against Abuse including the Bright Sky app, which they continue to support the development of in the UK and internationally.

Charity Legal Details:

Hestia is a charity registered with the Charities Commission under charity number 294555, and a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales under company number 2020165.

Find out more at www.hestia.org

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