You and your company
“One of the first things managers do when they see someone who looks ill or tired or upset, is send them home. What if they don’t want to go home? What if home is the problem?“
Dave Wilson, BT
View guidance for employers about domestic violence
Find out how you can align your company brand with a leading edge domestic violence charity that has had a real impact on women's and children’s lives for close to 40 years. It makes good business sense for you to learn how you can best support employees affected by domestic violence. Find out more.
Payroll Giving - Costs you less to give more
You can give your staff the opportunity to donate directly from their salary before tax, reducing the amount of tax you will have to pay. Women's Aid can advise on how to set up a Payroll Giving scheme. Contact Liz Sully on 0117 983 7139 for an information pack.
Encourage your employees to fundraise in the workplace. Build strong relationships with your team while raising money for Women's Aid.
Small packages of shares can be useless to companies and individuals because they cost more to sell than they're worth, but you can donate them to charity. ShareGift (registered charity 1052686) accepts shares as donations, and collects them until there are enough to sell. Proceeds are used to support UK charities, including Women's Aid. Contact Liz on 0117 983 7133.
Recycle your unwanted mobile phones and printer cartridges, and Reclaim-It will donate up to £6.00 for each laser toner or inkjet cartridge and up to £24 for each mobile.
We provide dispenser boxes for large numbers of Freepost donation envelopes and collection bins for printer cartridges. These are available free of charge with instructions to arrange free collection and emptying services. We can also provide a freepost donation envelope. Please contact Molly on 0117 983 7133.
If you’d like to receive more information or discuss ways in which you and your company can get involved including ways to support your staff’s fundraising efforts or personal charitable giving, please contact Molly on 0117 983 7133. Also, find out more about different ways you can donate to Women's Aid.