Ways to Fundraise

One in four women in Ireland is affected by domestic violence. Your fundraising enables us to continue to be there for the next woman who needs our support. We’ve helped thousands of women and their children to live safer, happier lives, free from abuse, thanks to the wonderful people who fundraise on our behalf.

There are lots of ways to fundraise for Women’s Aid, and whatever you do, we’ll be there to support you every step of the way.

Fundraising campaigns

International Women’s Day Coffee Morning

Show your support for women subjected to domestic violence by hosting a coffee morning on Friday 8th March 2024.

Our Fitness challenges

Do you have what it takes to challenge yourself with our walking, swimming or running challenges?

Marathons and Races

Walk, jog or run in an organised marathon or race and help women walk away from domestic abuse.

Stand Strong

Stand Strong is a fundraising campaign by Women’s Aid, supported by Allianz Insurance, to showcase the nation’s solidarity with women subjected to domestic abuse.

Organise your own event

Holding your own fundraising event is a fun and rewarding experience that can make a real difference to the lives of women all over Ireland who have been subjected to domestic abuse.

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Why your support matters

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

Our Supporter Promise

We pledge to treat our supporters with respect, honesty and openness.  We commit to being accountable and transparent so that supporters have full confidence in Women’s Aid.

Volunteer Policy

Our Fundraising Volunteers Policy gives guidance, clear information and practical support for anyone raising funds from the public on our behalf.

Feedback

All feedback on the work of our fundraising or Women’s Aid, in general, is very gratefully received and helps us improve our work.

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 at challenges@womensaid.ie