Suzy Lamplugh Trust is a small charity with a significant UK-wide impact, which we are very proud of and we are excited to be growing even more in 2020. We began from the tragic disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh, a 25-year-old estate agent, who went missing while at work and never returned – she was never found and was declared dead 7 years later in 1993  

The Trust offers a range of services, from supporting victims of stalking through the National Stalking Helpline and advocacy services, to training individuals and organisations in ways to effectively assess, mitigate and manage personal safety risks in the workplace. We are also a campaigning organisation and campaign to strengthen laws relating to personal safety and stalking.    

After receiving further funding to grow our life changing projects, we are now recruiting to expand our teamIf you’re passionate about working for a small charity with a big impact, issues relating to violence-against-women-and-girls or personal safety, then look out for job postings here.  

We are also expanding the ways the greater public can become involved with the Trust, from our monthly postcard updates to social media support to fundraising. We will soon be announcing more on that, but for now, please visit our website and look at ‘Get Involved’ to find out more.