If you are a woman who has experienced domestic abuse or sexual violence we invite you to become a member of our National Survivors Network.
You will have access to various VAWDASV related resources and you can find out about opportunities to engage with a wide range of services and providers.
March is Welsh Cakes for Welsh Women’s Aid Month! Could you host an event at work or home?
Why not align your #Welsh Cakes event with St David’s Day, International Women’s Day, Mother’s Day – or any other day of your choosing!
Just buy, bake or borrow your cakes and get your colleagues, family and friends together to raise much-needed funds and talk about how you can change the landscape around violence against women in your communities.
Have fun, eat cake, and make a difference – what could be better?
Following restructure, we have an exciting opportunity for an exceptional woman to join us and lead our Public Affairs and Communication team. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrable their commitment to Welsh Women’s Aid’s ethos and values, and be passionate about ending domestic abuse and all forms of violence against women.
It is estimated that around 3 million women across the UK experience rape, domestic violence, forced marriage, stalking, sexual exploitation, trafficking and other forms of violence every year. This is the equivalent to the population of Wales.
Report of the Secretary General, 2006