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Ealing Women's Aid
Working for the Safety of Women and Children



Ealing Women’s Aid (EWA) was established in 1979 and is able to offer temporary refuge to twelve women and their children escaping domestic violence, at any one time




Our mission is:
 

  • To end domestic violence and abuse

  • To empower women and children to live lives free from fear

  • To provide safe refuge for women and children

  • To support women and children in the community

  • To provide, improve and expand our quality service to women and children

  • To enhance our community services

  • To initiate and take part in research, projects and campaigns to further the aims of the organisation

  • To develop new approaches to funding our services

  • To be a centre of excellence

 

Contact Details

Website Address:     www.ewa.org.uk
Email  Address:        ealingwomen@btconnect.com

To help us to achieve our mission we have a small number of staff and volunteers working in the areas of Development & Casework, Outreach, Resettlement, Childcare, Volunteer Co-ordination, Finance and Administration. The refuge is run by a board of trustees supported by a manager.

Ealing Women’s Aid is a housing project funded by Supporting People revenue, ALG, and the Bridge House Trust.   Our projects also receive funding from the Community Fund, BBC Children in Need, London Borough of Ealing, and charitable grants and donations.  Our landlord is Ealing Family Housing Association.

date created:22/4/2003 14:53:41

last updated:24/3/2004 15:40:34



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