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Your support will help thousands of survivors across Wales to access the information and support they need to be safe from domestic abuse and sexual violence.

If you’d like to make a donation, it couldn’t be easier…

Donate online

Here, you can choose to make a one off or a regular direct debit donation to support our vital work.  Please tick the Gift Aid box if you are a UK taxpayer . You can also let us know if you’d like to stay in touch and hear more about our work.

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Donate by post

If you’d prefer to send us a cheque, charity voucher, or postal order please make them payable to ‘Welsh Women’s Aid’ and send, along with this form to:

Welsh Women’s Aid,
Pendragon House, Caxton Place,
Pentwyn, Cardiff
CF23 8XE

Remember, if you are a UK taxpayer, please do gift aid your donation. This will allow us to reclaim an additional 25p in every pound on top of your donation free!

Donate via your payroll

Have you thought about Payroll Giving?  It’s an easy, tax-effective way to give that allows you to donate to Welsh Women’s Aid straight from your salary before tax – costing you less to give more!

A £10 donation will cost:

  • a basic rate taxpayer just £8
  • a higher rate taxpayer only £6
  • the highest rate taxpayer only £5.

What’s not to like? If you’d like to donate by payroll, please complete our online form here.

Donate when you shop online


Love to shop online and want to support Welsh Women’s Aid? Here’s your chance!

Sign up to Give as you Live and choose Welsh Women’s Aid as your charity of choice.

A percentage of everything you spend on food, clothes, travel, utilities, or anything else, will be donated to Welsh Women’s Aid! You’ll also receive great offers straight to your inbox.

 

Thank you for supporting Welsh Women’s Aid

A disappointing & shortsighted decision. 1 in 3 women experience violence or sexual abuse in their lifetime – in Wales, that equates to around 530,441 women. Domestic homicide reviews can reveal where opportunities for support could have been offered. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-…

About 2 hours ago from WelshWomensAid's Twitter