Corporate supporters




Corporate Supporters

Your company could help women and children rebuild their lives after domestic violence. Together we can save and change lives by raising awareness of domestic violence amongst new audiences, as well as raising essential funds to support our services.

Work with us

From office fundraising to taking on a team-building challenge event, we can support you with a variety of different activities to engage your staff in a good cause.

  • Fundraising. Can you arrange fundraising activities, or plan a calendar of events for your staff to get involved with?
  • Volunteering. We could offer a volunteering opportunity it may include running a charity event, or coming to help with painting and decorating!
  • Gifts in kind and pro bono support. We are always grateful to receive gifts in kind.
  • Staff collections of new/unused items that women and children in our refuges need can be a great way for everyone to get involved and really make a difference. For women arriving in our refuges with very little, new clothing, bedding, toiletries and other basic items are important.

To discuss these opportunities, call us or email on:

0115 960 7943     Support@centralwomensaid.org

Or fill in our contact form.

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Our supporters

We would like to thank the following organisations who have supported us to provide our services:

Tara’s Angels is a non-profit organisation set up in memory of
Tara Newbold, a mother of three who sadly lost her life in 2016,
after being a victim of domestic
violence. Tara’s family and friends
decided to raise money for vulnerable women and children across
the county in refuges, helping to support those that have
experienced domestic abuse. They provide a range of donations and funding for items for the women and children accessing our services. 


Esendex provided this website, ongoing tech support and have raised funds across the company.

 


Nottingham Soroptimists International

Nottingham Soroptimists International have donated significant funds. They are a long-term supporter of our projects and they also provide ‘welcome packs’ for women at a time when they feel most vulnerable.


The National Lottery Community Fund have supported us with various funding which helps us to provide services to support families to build new skills and confidence when they have escaped to safety.

Nottingham City Homes have worked closely with us to provide move on support for families leaving our refuge accomodation.

 

Leonard design supported our 10 year anniversary with graphic design services including the design of two new pop up banners, which they gifted to us.