Get Involved

Thank you for wanting to get involved with us at Women’s Aid!  There are many options for you to support our work in a way that suits you best. From donating and fundraising to volunteering or working with us – you can make a life-changing impact for women.

With you by our side, we can move closer to an equal Ireland with zero tolerance of all forms of violence against women.

Donate now

Donations help to fund our vital services. Your support makes a real difference to the lives of women subjected to domestic abuse. Every donation counts.

Ways to Fundraise

You can help women and their children live safer, happier lives, free from abuse, thanks to the wonderful people who fundraise on our behalf.

Volunteer

Our wonderful volunteers play a crucial role on the National Freephone Helpline which supports those subjected to abuse across the country. Learn more about our volunteer opportunities.

Corporate Support

Our Corporate Supporters are focused on bringing about positive social change that impacts gender equality and human rights. Together, we work towards an equal Ireland, with zero tolerance for all forms of violence against women.

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Charity Shop

Second-hand shopping in Women’s Aid’s Dundrum Charity Shop is a fantastic way to support women and children experiencing domestic abuse in Ireland.

Gift in Wills

Your legacy can help deliver zero tolerance for domestic violence and a safer future for generations of women in Ireland.

Why your support matters

By supporting Women’s Aid you can play a crucial role to change lives.  To save lives.

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Our Supporter Promise

We commit to being accountable and transparent so that supporters have full confidence in Women’s Aid.

The Good Newsletter

Read all the latest news on how your amazing support helps women escape terrifying abusers.

Triple Locked Member

Women’s Aid is a certified Charities Institute Ireland 2024 Triple Locked member.

Work with us

Every role at Women’s Aid contributes to our overall vision of creating an equal Ireland with zero tolerance of all forms of violence against women.

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