Make a donation
We get a lot of calls from the public kindly offering donations of furniture, clothing and toiletries. Unfortunately due to limited storage we are unable to accept very large items, but we can take smaller donations, such as toiletries.
Another way you can help the women and children we support is to make a donation. Simply click the Donate with JustGiving button and you will be taken to another page where you can make a donation of your choice.
There are a number of ways you can support our work and help to make a real difference to women and children suffering from domestic abuse. All donations, no matter how small, are gratefully received.
- Give £15 and provide a woman with one hour’s phone support. This could be her first time of telling anyone about the abuse and could be the beginning of a journey where she can become free from fear.
- Give £45 and provide a woman with two hours of outreach support. Meeting her in a safe and confidential venue and working alongside her to establish her needs and options. This may be her only opportunity to be listened to and taken seriously.
- Give £65 and assist a woman in crisis into refuge. This can take several hours of liaising with various agencies and lots of support, encouragement and reassurance, especially if there are children involved. This could be a woman’s next step to freedom.
You can donate any amount through our Just Giving page.
Give through Amazon Smile
Thanks to a charity scheme run by Amazon, Amazon Smile, you can make a donation to Broxtowe Women’s Project while shopping online, with very little effort and at no extra cost. Every penny will help us deliver quality services to women and children of Broxtowe suffering from domestic abuse.
You can now show your support for Broxtowe Women’s Project when you use Savoo Search, Save and Raise as your online shopping platform. Your efforts cost you nothing because Savoo donates on your behalf. Visit the Savoo website for more information.
On 27 May 2021, our Partnership Officer, Chris Harris, will be joining Darren Henry (MP for Broxtowe), Matt Batterham from Broxtowe Borough Council, and Natalie Gasson-McKinley of Federation of Small Business (FSB) at a (virtual) roundtable discussion: Build Back Better
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