You can find out more information about the Paul Lavelle foundation here.
For support and information about male domestic abuse you can visit ManKind here.
The brother of a man who was killed by girlfriend is pleading for others to open up about domestic abuse.
Paul Lavelle died after being attacked with a broken dinner plate after a row.
Research suggests male victims are more than three times as likely to keep quiet about being abused if their partner's a women.
Now those who were closest to Paul are hoping to change that.
Andy Bonner reports.
Earlier we spoke to ManKind Charity. They work to support male victims of domestic abuse.