Each year we need to raise over a £1 million to continue to deliver all of our services to victims and survivors of domestic abuse.
This is a huge task and we can only do it with your support and help.
It’s easier than ever to help support our work against domestic abuse.
Text BWA to 70470 to donate £10.
Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message, and you’ll be opting into hearing more from us. If you would like to donate but don’t wish to hear more from us, please text BWANOINFO instead.
If you would like to fundraise to support our work we would love to hear from you email@example.com
We welcome donations of pre-loved single bedding (we are unable to accept preloved duvets or pillows), towels and kitchen items.
We always need cleaning products, whatever you use in your own home we can use in our refuges.
We also sometimes need larger items so if you have something you would like to donate please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0118 950 0182
If you would like to make a donation you can do this online with the donate button at the top of the page and if you are a tax payer we can claim back the gift aid.
We also have an amazon wishlist with items that we need for refuge and to support survivors when they leave to set up their own homes.
If you would like to make a regular donation you can also do this through the donate button.
You can support our projects through Amazon smile. Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases to the charitable organisation of your choice.
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