Our mission is to protect women and children in Leeds from the
damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives.
Is to protect women and children in Leeds from the damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives. We believe that all women and children have the right to live their lives free from fear and harm. We will achieve this by providing women with choices from a range of services including temporary supported housing, outreach support, telephone support and floating support.Panic Button
The Freedom Programme and Staying Safe Programme have now started.
We will be running both programmes again throughout the year so please check back for further details or to register your interest.
Due to the popularity of the ‘Working with Families Affected by Domestic Violence’ training, Leeds Women’s Aid will be running another two dates for this course:
- Friday 13th February
- Friday 13th March
For more information or to book a place please see our Training page.
Andrea Jenkyns kindly organised a ‘Heroes Concert’ to help raise funds for Help the Heroes and Leeds Women’s Aid. The event took place on 6th December and raised a fantastic £400 for Leeds Women’s Aid. A BIG thanks to Andrea and all the acts who took part for their hard work in making the event a success!
Liz kindly shared her wing walk video from the amazing fundraising event she organised in August. Click here to watch the video (not for the faint-hearted!)
Simone and Aisha raised an amazing £331.81 through their belly dancing fundraising event in August on behalf of Leeds Women’s Aid. Thank you for all your hard work and support.