Our mission is to protect women and children in Leeds from the
damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives.
Is to protect women and children in Leeds from the damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives. We believe that all women and children have the right to live their lives free from fear and harm. We will achieve this by providing women with choices from a range of services including temporary supported housing, outreach support, telephone support and floating support.Panic Button
We are currently seeking volunteers to help out in our new charity shop opening in Horsforth.
Do you have a friendly attitude? Are you reliable and punctual? If so click here to read more LWA – Shop Volunteer JD Sept 15,
To apply please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form.
If you’d like to donate to us but find the usual methods of postal or internet donations inconvenient you can now donate by text. Making a donation is quick and easy, simply text FREE19 £ followed by the amount you want to donate to 70070 e.g. FREE19 £3.
The cost of the text message will only be for the donation amount, text charges do not apply.
If text messages aren’t your thing you can still donate in the traditional way, click here to find out more.
***We are currently recruiting for Female Relief Workers***
Rate of pay £9.31 per hour
We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced female workers to cover :
The successful candidates will have:
To request a pack please e-mail us at email@example.com, write to us at Leeds Women’s Aid, Main Office, PO Box 826, Leeds, LS1 9PL. Mark the envelope “Drop in Workers – Recruitment”, or call us on 0113 2460401.
Do you want to help us make a difference?
We are now recruiting for volunteers in the following areas: Refuge, Drop-in, Helpline, Support Group, Resettlement and Office Based roles.
Thank you to CityHearts for raising an amazing £240 for Leeds Women’s Aid at their event.
Thank you to Alwoodley Quilters for raising an amazing £124.20 for Leeds Women’s Aid.
We are now taking referrals for the autumn round of the Staying Safe Programme. The course is for women who are currently experiencing domestic abuse and/or have been through it in the past.
This time the courses will run on Thursdays for 10 weeks with a choice to attend in either afternoons or evenings.
To book a place please call us on 0113 246 0401.