Join #Refuge100 and fundraise for women escaping violence

100 years ago, women fought against inequality and won the right to vote. 100 years on, we’re still fighting for equality. For far too many, inequality and violence against women are two sides of the same coin. Join #Refuge100 and help us support hundreds of women escaping violence.

Sign up for #Refuge100 now

Around 100 women are killed every year by a current or ex-partner in England and Wales alone. If you’re as outraged as us by this, in the lead up to International Women’s Day, take part in #Refuge100 and raise £100 of life-saving funds for women fleeing abuse.

You can either raise your £100 over the month period or join others on International Women’s Day, 8 March, for a collective day of fundraising.

Sign up now for your free fundraising pack

Sign up for Refuge100 from 6 February until 8 March and receive your free fundraising pack.

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Watch our video below to see why you should get involved with #Refuge100

Every day Refuge works tirelessly to support thousands of women and children experiencing domestic violence and other forms of gender-based violence. We run specialist services to help survivors access safety and rebuild their lives, but we cannot do this without your support.

Whether you choose to host a coffee morning, a tabletop sale, or decide to get creative in the kitchen – your funds will enable Refuge to continue providing its life-changing and life-saving services to women and children experiencing violence.

For more ideas, request your free fundraising pack

Finished your #Refuge100 fundraising? Thank you so much for your support! Pay in your funds – and don’t forget add #Refuge100 into the comments, and tell us what you did to raise funds!

If you have any questions, or would like to talk further, please  get in touch with our dedicated fundraising team. 

Help women like Melanie*, who joined one of Refuge’s support groups

Melanie at the Gaia center

  Coming to the support group every week and listening to all the other women made me realise I am not alone. One woman started talking about what had happened to her kids, and that was the breakthrough for me. This woman was still standing strong – ‘that’s what I can do’, I thought.  
Melanie*
 

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Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @RefugeCharity and share how you’re getting involved with #Refuge100.