Natural Thinking by Ria Walton

the frondescence of flourishing leaves  coming to life the essence of new life for spring the re birth of trees the birds singing their melodies sweet songs of morning nature alive with fresh new growth buds blooming their energy forthwith to bring, the floral...

The Three Girls Workshop

Three Girls Workshop With lockdown having restricted the hosting of events ‘in person’ the Foundation recently ran on online meet-up centred around the BAFTA award winning BBC mini-series Three Girls.  The programme (for which Maggie worked as the Programme...


By Ryan Hooper, PA Chief Reporter  A new, specific law is required to give more rights to those affected by crime, the Victims' Commissioner for England and Wales has said. Dame Vera Baird QC said a change of culture'' was long overdue'' to look after'' victims of...

“I feel lost, and I don’t know if this pain will ever leave me…..”

I  was abused from age 7 to 20. No one in my life knows except doctors/counsellors/helplines or the occasional Samaritan. I carry on every day like I'm absolutely fine. No one would ever know.   It's almost like having two lives which makes me very sad. I was...

Poem 2 by Michelle

In these eyes I hold the key, To a life you will never see. Beneath the surface of fake smiles


My name is Dez (AKA Loveartpix) & I am a self-taught Creative Artist from Manchester. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder over 10 years ago & more recently autism, a diagnosis I am now beginning to come to terms with & better understand. From an early...

Poem by Michelle

I am lost in this darkness, I can't see a light Tormented by my demons, they come worse at night.   I am lost in this spiral of unspeakable pain Longing for a rainbow that comes after the rain.   My head, it's pounding...

I Came as a Survivor, now I am an Abassador

I initially came to foundation as a survivor that needed help. The only service that was helping me at the time was recovery, I had been laughed at by a few police officers and a member of the council had labelled me she was at that children’s home a home where I was...

I still struggle with the frustrations that the police did a ‘half-assed’ job and that monster is still walking the streets, free to do whatever he likes…..

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to share my story. It has been almost 11 years since this happened to me, and I have never tried to deal with it. I just tucked it away in a little box in my mind and hoped that it would go away. Recently I took the first steps...
Our Partners

We would like to thank the following organisations and companies who have supported us , without whose generous support and assistance the Foundation’s journey would be more difficult….


National Lottery Community Fund

Centre for Women's Justice

University of Bath

One Young World

Emerging Futures


Around the world, DLA Piper lawyers are working pro bono to promote the Rule of Law by strengthening civil society, building capacity and supporting Access to Justice. With these aims in mind, lawyers from DLA Piper’s UK practice passionately provide pro bono legal assistance to a number of organisations, including The Maggie Oliver Foundation, supporting the organisation in its mission to highlight the problem of child sexual abuse on a national scale.

AM Services Group

Duffys Quips

Duffys Quips is a T-shirt enterprise (run by three generations of women from one family) with the aim to empower, support and inspire women. We create witty logo T-shirts to hopefully raise a smile, an eyebrow and awareness for campaigns close to our hearts, including The Maggie Oliver Foundation.  £1 from each T-shirt sale is donated to each of our chosen causes. For more info, please visit our site,

Angelos Outlet

Further information about ANGELO’S OUTLET and how he met Maggie please read this – CLICK HERE

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