PEOPLE have a chance to do something about the unseen scourge of domestic violence in Tamworth this weekend.
While a high tea might seem far-removed from the issues of domestic violence and homelessness, the Share the Dignity events are seen as a chance for locals to provide tangible support for people in need.
There are still tickets available for the Sunday high tea at Hopscotch.
Organiser Julie Fleck said the charity helped some of the most vulnerable women in the community with its work, across the nation, paying for funerals of victims of domestic violence, advocating for the abolition of the tampon tax and providing free sanitary items through the Coledale clinic.
Ms Fleck said the funds and products collected trough the high tea would be distributed in the community.
"There's a group of people in our community that is vulnerable and there is something we can do to help," she said.
"It could be a little bit of dignity so they're not in a position where they need to decide between a packet of pads or food for the family.
"It is close to home, you may not see it yourself, but there is something you can do."
The Share the Dignity high tea starts at 3pm on Sunday, May 26.
There will also be a soap making workshop on May 31 at Splash on Peel, although places are limited and filling fast.
A donation bin will be at each event collecting sanitary products to be distributed in Tamworth.