About 
 
The Zinthiya Trust is a registered charity that works to alleviate abuse and poverty as follows: 
 
Domestic abuse, honour-based violence & FGM: We support women and girls experiencing or at risk of all types of abuse including psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional abuse. We provide one-to-one bespoke support, information, advice, guidance, mentoring, group sessions and training including the Freedom Programme. 
 
Poverty: We provide practical support to help people to improve their financial position. This includes information, advice and guidance with energy, money, debt, and benefits issues. We provide support to reduce household bills, maximise income, deal with problem debt, improve financial skills, improve energy efficiency, reduce fuel and food poverty and apply for grants to help with white goods and furniture to set up home. In addition, we offer opportunities to develop skills through work placements, volunteering opportunities and support to get people into employment. 
 
 
Our support service is aimed at making our service users more secure financially, emotionally & physically and ensure they can lead fulfilling lives. 
 
Confidential support for survivors and those at risk of 
ABUSE & VIOLENCE 
 
 
 
MONEY DEBT 
ENERGY BILLS 
 
TACKLING POVERTY 
by providing advice, guidance and practical support to transform lives in Leicester and Leicestershire. 
Confidential support for survivors and those at risk of 
ABUSE & VIOLENCE 
 
 
 
MONEY DEBT ENERGY BILLS  
 
TACKLING ABUSE & POVERTY 
by providing advice, guidance and practical support to transform lives in Leicester and Leicestershire. 
 
 
We provide a free, completely confidential service that can help you change your life and get you back into work or education.  
We offer advice on a wide range of issues, including skills development and career guidance.  
We run regular drop in services and a mentoring scheme. 
 
 
By The Zinthiya Trust | posted 15th August 2018 

Annual Quiz Night 

Our Annual Quiz Night raised much needed funds to support the local community. 
 
Thanks to our sponsors and guests for making the event a success. 
By The Zinthiya Trust | posted 2nd August 2018 

Women’s Empowerment Festival 

The Women’s Empowerment Festival! 
 
This event will celebrate and support women to reach their full potential. 
By The Zinthiya Trust | posted 18th July 2018 

National Day of Memory 

A huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who joined us for the national Day of Memory to remember those killed for so-called ‘honour.’ 

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