Trelise Cooper has shown its support towards the Women’s Refuge initiative by including The Shielded Site, a protected portal which helps victims of family violence speak out undetected.
The Shielded Site is a tool for victims of abuse to ask for help, without fear of it showing up in their browser’s history or an abusive partner ever seeing it. A simple icon which can sit on any website and launch a powerful resource to help end domestic violence
Trelise Cooper’s Instragram said alongside the announcement that it wants to help make asking for help safer than ever.
The Shielded Site was created for Women’s Refuge by Saatchi & Saatchi and launched in late 2016. Trelise Cooper now joins a group of New Zealand businesses including Countdown, The Warehouse, ASB Bank, Sorted and Z Energy who have added the tab to their sites.
Located on the far left of the main page under the ‘Executive stylist’ panel, the button now gives Trelise Cooper’s many page visitors, the majority of who are women, the opportunity to reach out safely against domestic violence if required.