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Valley House calls on supporters to end abuse together on International Women’s Day

Valley House calls on supporters to end abuse together on International Women’s Day

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On International Women’s Day 2024, Valley House is rallying everyone to help #EndAbuseTogether as part of Women’s Aid Federation of England’s 50th-anniversary celebrations.

Aligned with the 2024 theme for International Women’s Day, “Inspire Inclusion,” Valley House, as a Women’s Aid Federation of England member, champions inclusion daily. The organisation provides specialised support by offering safe accommodation, personalized 1-to-1, group support, court assistance, emotional counselling, and practical aid to survivors of domestic abuse.

Valley House works tirelessly with survivors, inspiring them to seek support, share their stories, and empower other women to do the same.

This International Women’s Day, you can support survivors by donating, campaigning or following. Join Valley House in their mission to create a world free from domestic abuse and violence.

To make a donation, visit https://www.justgiving.com/valleyhouse. Together, let’s make a difference and End Abuse Together.


‘Valley House has helped me to love myself again’


‘I  wouldn`t know where I would be without Valley House. “Thank you Valley House, I`m learning so many things that I never knew. I feel like a brand-new person. Thank you’


‘Valley House is a safe place for survivors of abuse.  We walk alongside survivors, supporting them on their recovery journey.  On International Women’s Day we call on all our supporters to stand with us to end abuse’

      -Valley House, CEO

‘Our members deliver truly lifesaving services, working to support survivors around the country and helping them leave abuse to reach safety. We are proud to have Valley House as part of our federation, they deserve our recognition and support year-round. In our 50th year, we are determined to End Abuse Together and their work is crucial in making this a reality. Their experience, expertise and compassion help countless women find safety after abuse.‘

      -Farah Nazeer, chief executive of Women’s Aid