Call our support line:  01382 207099
Domestic Abuse Helpline:
0800 027 1234 (24 hours)
Business Line:  01382 220803
Dundee Women's Aid
For women, young people & children

Support us


Dundee Women's Aid relies on donations to help provide its services on a yearly basis to women and their children who contact us. Making a donation could help make a difference to the women and children whom we support.

£5 could help purchase materials for a child to take part in a children's group activity like baking or an arts and crafts project to gain confidence and encourage involvement with others.

£10 could help provide an emergency pack for a woman fleeing domestic abuse.

In many cases, women turn up at DWA with only the clothes on her back. This could help to provide essential items such as toiletries, nappies and food.

Every donation, regardless of the amount, will help make a difference to the women, children and young people who access our support and services.

Ways you can help:
  • Become a member
  • Become a director
  • Become a volunteer
  • Organise your own event
  • Leave a legacy
  • Donate Goods

Thanks to everyone who has supported us in the past!

Donate Now


Donate today and help us to continue providing the support and services needed to change and save women and children's lives affected by domestic abuse.

Click here to donate now.

Become a member


Please contact us for a membership form; membership is only open to women who support our aims and is free. If you want to make a donation we'd be really grateful.

Benefits:
  • Invitation to our Annual General Meeting
  • Nominate &Vote on the election of Directors
  • Vote on Resolutions submitted to General Meetings
  • Receive relevant information on the work of the organisation

Responsibilities:
  • Commit to DWA's Aims &Objective
  • Support a feminist analysis of domestic abuse
  • Advocate for DWA in the community

Become a Director


Have you a little time and the skills to be a Trustee? We are in need of additional Directors. We welcome all women from a variety of backgrounds, ethnicity and gender.

The Board of Directors is responsible for the governance of the organisation which has for the past 40 years provided a range of services to women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse.

We provide support in 17 refuge spaces as well as outreach and follow on services.

The Board meets monthly for a maximum of 2 hours.

A range of skills are needed: managerial, financial, legal, experience of domestic abuse, developmental, social services. If you have a little time available and want to make a contribution to voluntary sector service provision, please consider volunteering. Full induction training and handbook will be provided and you will be appointed a mentor to help you be inducted into the running of DWA.

An information / membership pack can be obtained from us - visit our contact us page for details of how to get in touch.

N.B. Directors are required to become members of Dundee Women's Aid and membership is welcomed from women who support the aims &objectives of Dundee Women's Aid.

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To take the DWA Pledge, please fill out the form below.

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I pledge to promote to the LGBT community that DWA welcomes all LGBT women and stands against prejudice and discrimination.

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Dundee Women's Aid is a registered Charity No. SC006691
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Useful Contacts
  • Domestic Abuse Helpline
    0800 027 1234
  • DWA Support Line
    01382 207099
  • DWA CYP Team
    01382 220803
  • DWA Text Line
    0776 368 2105
  • Dundee Social Work
    01382 433960
  • Police Scotland
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