Become a Corporate Supporter

By working with us as a Corporate supporter, you will be helping to create an Ireland with zero tolerance of violence against women and children.

We work closely with companies and organisations to co-create mutually beneficial relationships with lasting positive impacts.

Ways to get involved

Make us your chosen charity

A partnership with Women’s Aid will unite your staff behind an inspiring and urgent cause, making a tangible difference to the lives of women and children in Ireland subjected to violence and abuse.

The benefits of being a chosen charity partner:

We will work with you to create a calendar of fundraising opportunities tailored to inspire and motivate your staff while supporting women and children subjected to violence.  Opportunities include:

  • Dedicated and experienced account management
  • Tailored fundraising activities across the calendar year
  • Staff training to promote best practice responses to women and children subjected to domestic violence.
  • Local and national PR support
  • Inspire your customers with case studies and commercial initiatives

You can donate directly to Women’s Aid at

If you prefer to make your donation by EFT or to request an invoice, please email us at 

We can support your business with specialist training, awareness and policy development for your staff informed by nearly 50 years of experience in working directly with women.

Find out more about our Employer Engagement Programme.

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Double your impact by matching your donations with employees’ initiatives.

Payroll giving is a really easy and efficient way for employees to donate to our work directly from their monthly salary.  

By donating a fixed amount from your salary, we can plan for the future and continue to nurture and grow our services and programmes for women subjected to violence.

Benefits of becoming a corporate partner

Partnering with Women’s Aid will bring lasting benefits to your company.  Whether you’d like to engage your employees and customers, or strengthen your brand and purpose, we can work with you to create a partnership that achieves your objectives and delivers shared value and impact.

Drive staff engagement through your charity partnership.  As well as raising vital funds to support women subjected to violence, your staff can benefit from the team building, motivational and communication skills that come with supporting a charity.

No matter the size of your business, we have activities that can be tailored to suit all staff, helping to create a great culture and environment in your workplace.

Our team will work with you to create a tailored programme that helps you achieve your objectives while supporting Women’s Aid to develop and grow our work to help women subjected to violence and abuse.

We can create shared goals that meet your business needs while helping to change society for the better, whether through educating people what healthy relationships look like, providing new technology or face to face support for women, or advocating for policy change to improve conditions for all women.

By aligning your company with Women’s Aid, a highly respected national brand, we can help build awareness and positivity about your brand, as well as drive customer loyalty and recognition.

How corporate support helps

Our corporate partnerships have helped us to expand our work helping more women and children subjected to violence.

Working with Women’s Aid means we can continue to:

  • Be the first line of response and support to over 30,000 contacts every year.
  • Respond to more women when they call the 24hr National Freephone Helpline and need someone to listen to them, to believe them, to help and empower them, without judgement
  • Create new, innovative services in response to the needs of the women who come to us
  • Expand the reach of our services, taking pilot projects such as our Maternity programme from being regional to having national coverage.

And so much more.

Read more about Women’s Aid

Hear from our some of our supporters

Geoff Sparling, Chief Customer Officer, Allianz

“As part of our commitment to sustainability we want to work alongside organisations to make a meaningful difference for society and the communities we are part of. Protection is at the core of insurance. Applying that lens of protection to potential issues that often arise within the home is a fitting extension of our remit, to secure people’s futures and give them courage for what’s ahead, no matter what.”

Gary Grant, Imbibe Coffee Roasters

“We’ve donated 1% of every coffee sale to Women’s Aid since the day we opened the roastery. We are extremely proud to directly support an organisation that is making a real difference to the lives of women and children across Ireland.”

Liz Logan, Sustainable Business Manager, Arthur Cox

“Arthur Cox are delighted to be partnering with Women’s Aid for the next 3 years. We are proud to support Women’s Aid as they have a profound impact on the lives of victims of domestic abuse. The services provided by Women’s Aid are nothing short of life-saving. One aspect that truly sets Women’s Aid apart is that they raise awareness about the prevalence and devastating impact of domestic violence, working to eradicate this insidious issue from our society.”

Our Partners

Our partners work with Women’s Aid to prevent and address the impact of domestic violence and abuse. 

See more supporters and partners

Allianz has partnered with Women’s Aid to highlight real strength in the face of domestic abuse: The World’s Strongest Women

Supporting charities is engrained in the GAA, its clubs, and members. The GAA has chosen Women’s Aid to be one of its charity partners in 2023

The Vodafone Ireland Foundation’s strategic partnership with Women’s Aid is creating technology-led supports for women subjected to violence


“I’d love to hear from you to see how we can work together to create purpose-led opportunities that unite, engage and motivate your employees, while raising vital funds to continue to have a positive social impact in the lives of women subjected to violence.”

– Élida Sousa, Corporate and Philanthropy Project Leader.

Get in touch

You might already know what type of support you would like to give, or you might be looking for some ideas?  Contact us today.