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How to donate

Thank you for choosing to fundraise/donate to Border Women’s Aid to help support women, children and young people who are experiencing domestic abuse.

Donate with JustGiving

JustGiving allows you to donate online securely, and you can choose to make a one-off donation or set up a regular monthly or annual payment.

If you would like to run an event or fundraising challenge, JustGiving is our preferred route.

Donate with JustGiving here

Donate using PayPal, Debit or Credit card

Donate via cheque

You can also donate by cheque.

Please make cheques payable to Border Women’s Aid and send to:

Border Women’s Aid
Unit 5B Liddesdale Road

Donate whilst shopping online

You can raise money for us – just by shopping online!

There are two ways:

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Easy Fundraising

Shop at over 7,400 shops and sites. Raising free donations when you shop online couldn’t be easier! You’ll find big name retailers here like John Lewis, Amazon, Tesco, Currys, Asda, Iceland, eBay and Apple, all ready to help you raise more for BWA when you shop with them. Easy Fundraising will turn a percentage of your spend into free funds for our charity. Simply sign up, search for the retailer, and start shopping. It’s that simple.

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Amazon Smile

When you shop at Amazon, just sign up to support BWA through Amazon Smile and 0.5% of your purchase will be donated to us. Always go into Amazon via Amazon Smile.

Donate by bank transfer

Please email and we will be happy to provide our bank details.

Please consider adding Gift Aid

Gift Aid allows UK charities to claim back the basic rate tax already paid on donations by the donor. This means we can claim back from the government on your behalf 25p for every £1 donated, boosting the value of the donation by a quarter. Please download and complete the Gift Aid form here so we can claim this back.

Speaking to a support worker has made me feel safer in my home

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I feel amazing, in control, a different person

I know I am not alone

I thought domestic abuse happened to other people but I realise now that abuse can happen to anyone