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Raising awareness and funds is essential to enable us to continue our services. Take a look at our Events page to find out what events we have coming up and you can also keep up to date with Jersey Women’s Refuge news and events on our Facebook page.

How can you help?

Sign up to our newsletter

Keep up to date with our events, activities and news by signing up to our newsletter

Raise awareness

Why not nominate our charity to be supported by your place of work or school. Also help spread the word about our charity by sharing us on Facebook and Twitter.

Set up a regular donation

Making a regular donation will help us to continue our work with vulnerable women and children.

Make a one off donation

Every penny you donate makes a difference to women and children experiencing domestic violence.

Leave a gift in your will

Legacies help Jersey Women’s Refuge to continue its vital work for many years to come.

Challenge yourself

Why not take part in a challenge to raise money for Jersey Women’s Refuge such as climbing a mountain or taking part in a trek. Push your limits and face your fears while raising money for a good cause.

Fun Fundraising

Quiz nights, cake sales, fancy dress days, a party with friends can all be fun ways to raise money to help our charity.

Raise money as you shop online

Join and you can raise money when you shop online. It’s completely free and easy to use. Sign up now at

Co-op share number

Every penny counts and if you shop at the Co-op you can use our share number to donate your dividends – 62731.

If you are interested in supporting Jersey Women’s Refuge please contact our fundraiser Joanna on 07829 882202 or email

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Domestic Violence is any form of physical, emotional, sexual or financial abuse which is used to gain power and control over the other person in an intimate relationship.

Women often say emotional abuse is worse than physical abuse as it leaves no visible scars, is difficult to prove and can be very damaging.

Children living with domestic violence can also suffer in a variety of ways; either by witnessing violence itself, by being used as emotional pawns or indirectly by the stress suffered by their mother.


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