Women’s Aid operates to high standards of corporate governance each and every day.

We do this by operating with an independent Board of Directors, many of whom have been recommended by Board Match. The CEO reports to but is not a member of the Women’s Aid Board and in 2020 there were 10 Board meetings. Board members are not remunerated for their time and work nor are they reimbursed for any expenses for travelling etc. Formal disclosure of board member’s interests are updated each year as part of the annual audit process and our Board members are listed in our 2020 Audited Accounts.

The Audit and Risk Sub-Committee oversees the finances and annual audit and meet on a regular basis. The Terms of Reference for this Committee are available here.

This year JPA Brenson Lawlor undertook an annual audit and our 2020 audited accounts were prepared in accordance with SORP (Statement of Recommended Practice, Accounting and Reporting) and can be downloaded here

Women’s Aid is a registered charity (charity no. 6491) and we work hard to be completely transparent to our funders and supporters regarding funds raised and money spent. We are a registered company and you can find our details on the Companies Registration Office website here using our company number 58035.

Confidence in Women’s Aid is immensely valuable and has allowed us to listen, believe and support women and their children for nearly 50 years. 

Our Annual Impact Report for 2020 oulines our work last year and a summary of our current Strategic Plan is available here.

If you would like any further information please contact Sarah Benson, CEO of Women's Aid at