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Company giving

Why not consider a partnership with Welsh Women’s Aid? You’ll be meeting your company’s CSR objectives, creating a happier, more satisfied workplace, and making a huge positive impact on our work and on the lives of survivors of domestic abuse across Wales.

Your company could help by:

  • Making Welsh Women’s Aid your Charity of the Year
  • Making a financial donation or donating gifts in kind
  • Organising a workplace fundraising event
  • Sponsoring our awareness or fund-raising events, or academic conferences
  • Promoting Welsh Women’s Aid via your payroll giving scheme
  • Joining us as an Organisational Supporter

We can offer you:

  • Opportunities for staff development through mentoring or other schemes
  • Networking and learning opportunities via Welsh Women’s Aid events
  • Support and training to develop your workplace domestic abuse policy and practice
  • PR opportunities – we’ll work with you to ensure our partnership is promoted.

Please get in touch to discuss the options by contacting victoriasamuel@welshwomensaid.org.uk

Please download our fundraising flyer here or contact Victoria if you would like flyers or other fundraising resources to be sent to you by post.

We’d like to thank the following organisations for their generosity and support during 2017 and into 2018:


      Thanks to the Chartered Institute of Wales Cymru for choosing Welsh Women’s Aid as their Charity of the Year.


          Thanks to Asda Pentwyn for their support with store collections for local member services.


We’d also like to thank St Athan Golf Club, Halifax Wrexham, Wrexham Crossfit, Good Gifts, Menter Iaith Abertawe, DTCC Wrexham, and Monmouth Women’s Festival for their support.


 

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About 2 days ago from WelshWomensAid's Twitter