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Join us in working together to end all forms of violence against women

There are a number of ways you can get involved in our work to stop violence against women in Wales. Together we can make a difference.


Become a supporter

Join us to build a movement to stop violence against women in Wales

You can help us speak out against gender inequality and influence policy change to create a world where women and children live free from fear of violence.

You can take action – however big or small – as part of campaigns that we run throughout the year, including 16 Days of Action to stop violence against women and girls, International Women’s Day, and many more.

Together we will rise to stop violence against women in Wales.

Become an individual or organisational supporter today.

As a supporter you will be part of an important movement to stop violence against women in Wales. You will also receive:

  • E-Newsletters providing information on our work and on relevant policy and research.
  • Discounted access to conferences and events.
  • Discounts on selected training from our national training centre.

Interested in becoming a supporter? 

To find out more about becoming an individual supporter, please click here.

To find out more about becoming an organisational supporter, please click here.

Or email membership@welshwomensaid.org.uk and one of the team will get back to you.

 


Become a member

Working together to support survivors

Our membership is made up of specialist services providing lifesaving support to survivors of violence and abuse – women, men, children and families – across Wales.

Together we are a federation of specialist organisations, working as part of a UK network to provide preventative services in local communities and a strong, collective voice on the issues that concern us the most.

As a member you will receive:

  • Opportunities to input into regional, national and international policy-making developments.
  • Advice and information on the provision of specialist services, policy and practice guidance and practical information and support on Human Resources and business development issues.
  • Access to out-of-hours cover and diversion of calls to the Live Fear Free Helpline.
  • Eligibility to apply for national accreditation through the Welsh Women’s Aid National Quality Service Standards.
  • A network for CEOs/Directors to share ideas and practice on work related to governance, strategic development and partnership working, supported by Welsh Women’s Aid CEO.
  • Access to regional and national data analysis reports to support local needs assessments, business development and fundraising.
  • Discounted access to specialist and accredited training, seminars and events.

Interested in becoming a member?

To find out more about becoming a member, please click here.

 


Volunteer

Helping us to create change

If you would like to donate some of your time towards helping us work towards a society in which everyone lives free from violence and abuse, we would love to hear from you.

In particular, we are always looking for people with skills in communication, media, graphic design and administration.

To find out more, please email info@welshwomensaid.org.uk.


Working with survivors

If you are a survivor who is interested in supporting or getting involved with our work, please get in touch.

Your experiences and needs are central to what we do and we want to make sure that our work reflects your voice. In order to do that, we need your help.

To find out more, please email info@welshwomensaid.org.uk.

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