Become a corporate supporter

Choosing to support and work in partnership with Women’s Aid Integrated Services will make a huge difference to the lives of thousands of women and their children in Nottinghamshire. Your support will also give your company exposure within the local press and at events which will clearly demonstrate your support and investment in the local community.


We can work with you to deliver an ongoing commitment to engage with your staff, support your corporate social responsibility objectives, provide regular communication and share news of how you are helping to make a difference. 


You could support us by


Holding sponsored events

Dress down days and sponsored events.


Team Building & Community Days

Send a team out to us to carry out Challenge such as garden maintenance, painting and decorating.


Partner with WAIS

Make us your charity of the year



We are a small charity and that means we don't have specialist departments such as finance, fundraising or marketing.  Do you have skills in your workplace that could help us when needs arise?


Sponsor one of our events

Why not become the headline sponsor for one of our own events?  Your company name and logo could be included on all advertising material. ...


Sponsor an edition of our newsletter

Your company name and logo could be included and we can send a copy to each of your staff.


Sponsor a family

See the impact of your help in real terms.  Speak to us for more information.


I want to find out more ...

Get in touch with us by telephoning 0115 947 5257 x 232 and we will be happy to discuss this with you.


WAIS contact numbers:
Helpline: 0808 800 0340
Referrals: 0115 947 6490
Office: 0115 947 5257



Every minute one incident of domestic violence is reported to the police.


One in four women will be a victim of domestic violence in their lifetime.


Two women per week on average are killed by a male partner or former partner. Nearly half of all female murder victims are killed by a partner or ex-partner. 


90% of domestic violence is seen or heard by children.