SUPPORT US Advance

Advance is part-funded by statutory bodies, but the rest we have to raise ourselves.

Text ADCH16 £2/5/10 to 70070

to donate to Advance today & make a real difference to domestic abuse survivors & women involved in the criminal justice system.

£2

supports a woman to make her first call to Advance.

£5

allows us to do a full investigation into her situation, so we can get her all the right help.

£10

supports a woman to attend group work so she can receive peer support & move on with her life.

Or Donate via Justgiving!
You can also set up your own Justgiving fundraising page & raise money for the women we help!

What will your funding do?

Your funding allows us to keep providing the vital services that keep women safe.

Referrals to our service are increasing and there is demand for our services in new areas, so we need to respond with further frontline staff. Despite our success in securing public funds – last year we secured a contract from three west London boroughs – maintaining sufficient funding to reach all the women that need support remains a constant challenge.

So will you help us to keep saving lives and changing lives for women in London?

  • £35 helps pay for a woman to get help in a crisis & create a plan to keep safe
  • £50 provides longer term support, such as help with the criminal justice system, and referral to a refuge
  • £100 helps keep our helpline going for a whole week
  • £200+ helps us to have our support workers based in in a police station or maternity unit to intervene early in abuse cases
 What could your funding do?

WAYS OF SUPPORTING US Advance

Fundraise for us

Contact our  about how we can support your organisation to raise funds and become part of our team of friends and champions.

Ways to fundraise

 if you would be interested in picking Advance as the charity to sponsor as part of payroll giving. It’s a great way of donating extra to Advance without even having to think about it!

Charitable limited edition products are well known for promoting sales. Why not work with Advance to boost your own sales and raise money for vital services simultaneously? 

A partnership can come in many forms,  on giving without paying.

Make us your charity of the year and unite your workforce in a good cause! 

Could your company help? By partnering with Advance you will be working with a charity whose services are proven to save lives. In addition, you will:

  • Create a positive association for your brand by contributing to the community
  • Increase staff engagement through fundraising activities for Advance
  • Be assured that your funding is making a difference, going directly towards services that are changing women’s lives for the better.

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“I can’t speak highly enough about Advance. If I needed any help I was always able to call you. For those people who don’t have family support it must be a god send.”

Meet our current supporters

  Westminster City Council
  London Borough of Brent Community Safety
  Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  London Probation Trust (CRC)
  London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham Public Health
  Standing Together Against Domestic Violence
  London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Domestic Violence Housing Services
  London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Third Sector Fund
  London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Community Safety (Criminal Justice)
  Barrow Cadbury
  Ministry of Justice
  Home Office
  London Borough of Brent VSIF
  Comic Relief
  London Borough of Brent Troubled Families
  Kensington and Chelsea Family Services
  Shepherds Bush Housing Group (SBHG)
  Mercers
  Other Donors

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“Advance was instrumental in helping keep me safe and I began to feel less worthless and took control of my life.  It’s been a long journey, but I am stronger now and have the confidence to work with others, and although it was very tough, I like who I am today!”