Corporate sponsorships and partnerships bring benefits to your business and your employees.

How to get involved: 

Why partner with Women's Aid

1 in 4 families in Northern Ireland are currently living with Domestic Violence

A corporate partnership with Women's Aid will help your business reach this affluent, diverse and forward thinking group of consumers. 

Working in partnership with us can provide your company with a number of commercial benefits including:

  • Increased brand profile within consumer and business to business marketplaces
  • Effective PR and marketing opportunities 
  • Opportunities to increase employee loyalty and morale 
  • Professional account management providing you with one to one support 

Not only will a corporate partnership with Women's Aid be beneficial for your business but you will see how your fundraising enables us to continue providing support to many local children, young people and their families.

Corporate Sponsors 

We can offer your company a wide range of sponsorship opportunities with benefits including:

  • Maximised PR: we are NI's leading charity in Domestic Violence
  • Brand association: both Women's Aid and Make It Better in Northern Ireland has a high brand awareness and there is increasing recognition for Women's Aid brand name
  • Commercial benefits: the benefit of working with a charity which can make a real difference to families in NI who are affected by Domestic Violence
  • Corporate social responsibilty: by supporting us you will be seen to care about those who are vulnerable in your community 

Charity of the year 

A Charity of the Year partnership is a great way to motivate and unite your employees and collegues. We will work with you to create a bespoke calender of engaging events, tailored to deliver your key objectives:
  • Key account manager 
  • Press and PR support
  • Calender of events
  • Point of sale resources
  • Corporate volunteering opportunities / Gifts in kind


For more informaiton or  learn more about how your business can make a huge impact. Email or call on 028 2563 2136. 

                        Current charity of the year partners


Marks & Spencer’s choses Women’s Aid as local store charity of the year

Women’s Aid Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne & Newtownabbey (ABCLN) are delighted to announce that Marks & Spencer’s of Junction One Antrim have chosen us as their local store charity of the year.  

Marks & Spencer’s charity committee stated; ‘We are pleased to be supporting Women’s Aid who provide vital services in the local area to Women and Children who have been affected by Domestic Violence’.  

Ruth Owen, Fundraising Co-ordinator with Women’s Aid said, ‘We would like to thank Marks & Spencer’s for choosing Women’s Aid as their local store charity of the year. The money raised will help sustain the Make It Better Project, supporting local children and young people who have been affected by Domestic Violence.’

The Make It Better project provides emotional and practical support to children and young people whose education has been affected by domestic violence. Constant change, disruption and violence in a young person’s life can make school a real challenge and diminish their ability to engage. Young people are the hidden victims of domestic violence and are significantly at risk of school dropout, exclusion and risk taking behaviours.