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Standing together against domestic violence

Support Us

There are a number of ways you can support Standing Together:

Donations 

 

Use one of the methods below to support our work with a donation:

 

JustGiving

Donate JustGiving

 Make a donation directly at our JustGiving website

 

Paypal

Make a one off donation directly from your paypal account

 

Text Donation

TEXT:  STAV12 and the amount to 70070

 

Set up a Standing Order

Using this form you can make a one off donation or set up a direct debit to make a regular donation - this could be monthly, quarterly or annually.

 

Use our Sponsorship Form for a fundraising event

If you would like to take part in a sponsored event to raise money, use this form - make sure you ask your sponsors to tick the gift aid (if appropriate) so we can claim back 25p for every £1 they give you, at no extra cost to them. See The 112 for more information about our annual sponsored bike ride

 

MissionFish

 

 When buying and selling on eBay you can raise money for Standing Together! Each time you buy or sell you can select to donate an amount of the price to us. To do this, simply select Standing Together on the 'My Favourite Charities' page in your eBay Donation Account.

 

The Survivors Cookbook

Support domestic violence victims by buying The Survivors’ Cookbook for friends and family.

Food can be one of life’s biggest comforts – it can make you feel safe. The simple act of eating as a family in your own home can be difficult, more so when you are a victim of domestic violence. The Survivors’ Cookbook combines a wide range of easy-to-prepare recipes, from both survivors and those who work to support them and make their lives safe. Gordon Ramsay and Jo Brand, 'Friends' of Women’s Aid and Standing Together, have also contributed their favourite recipes.

A suggested donation of £5 is proposed for the Cookbook (with £1 for postage and packaging for each cookbook) with all proceeds supporting the work of Women’s Aid and Standing Together Against Domestic Violence.  To order The Survivors’ Cookbook, email cookbook@standingtogether.org.uk with your name, delivery address, phone number and the number of copies that you wish to order.

Donations for the cookbook can be made by cheque, debit or credit card. If paying by debit/credit card, we will send you an online invoice from Paypal (you will not need an account for this service). Once you have paid, we will send you the cookbook. For all cheque donations, please make payable to: Standing Together Against Domestic Violence, and send to: Room 44D, 4th Floor, The Polish Centre, 238-246 King St, London W6 0RF.


Give with Confidence

 

As a member of the Fundraising Standards Board, the Standing Together promises to adhere to a strict set of codes and a Fundraising Promise, which commits us to treating our supporters with respect, fairness, honesty and clarity in all our fundraising activities.


Friends of Standing Together

We would like to thank the following individuals for becoming 'Friends' of Standing Together and supporting the work that we do.

  • Clare Mulley, Author

  • Ian Wolter, CEO, HB Human Capital

  • Sir Simon Jenkins, Journalist

  • Peter Wills, Donor

  • Matthew Parris, Journalist

  • Jo Brand, Comedian

  • Stuart McAdam, Management Consultant

  • Sir Christopher and Lady Ball

  • Fiona Morton, Founding Member, Standing Together

  • Carolyn Dhanraj, MBE, JP, Surestart Children’s Centre Manager

  • Roy Foster, The Carroll Professor of Irish History at Hertford College, Oxford

  • Duska Rosenberg, Professor in Information and Communication Technologies, Royal Holloway University of London

  • Cecilia Barratt, Family Law Barrister

  • Rohan Collier, Founding Chair, Standing Together

  • Deidre Sanders, Problem Page Editor, The Sun

  • Sir William Atkinson, Headteacher, Phoenix High School

  • Dan Doherty, Strategic Marketer

  • Georgia Terry, Student

  • Dorothy Koomson, Author

  • Jan Lesser

  • Clive James, Author

  • Paul Waddington

  • Libby Purves – Journalist and Author

  • India Knight – Sunday Times Columnist

  • Rosemary Hayden

  • Dr Sandy Lerner - Chairman and Trustee, Chawton House Library

  • Nina Bell – Author

  • Harriet Harman - MP

Our Funders

 Imperial Health Care Charitable Trust

LBHF Metropolitan Police

LBHF Council

LBHF PCT

Shepherd’s Bush Housing Association


Find out more about Standing Together's Funding History.


We would like to thank the following supporters for making this website possible:

  • Ian and Carl Wolter (Website Development)

  • Sarah Foster and Tara Keane (Photography)

  • Paul Waddington (Editing)

Volunteering for Standing Together

We currently have no volunteer positions available.

 

What others have said about volunteering with us:

 

"My time at Standing Together has been a fascinating way to learn more about domestic abuse, it’s left me raring-to-go and I am now thinking through about what I can do to help in Cheltenham. It has been incredible meeting such hard-working and passionate people and I cannot thank you enough for having me here. My week at Standing Together has opened my eyes towards domestic abuse and I would love to return to help you all again, but more than that I want to help change these statistics" - Georgia Terry, Volunteer July 2011


To discuss ways you could support Standing Together email or call 020 8748 5717.

 

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Last Modified: December 2012

Also on this page:

The Survivors Cookbook

Friends of Standing Together

Our Funders

Volunteering for Standing Together


Related Standing Together Documents:

Standing Together Donation Form

Standing Together Sponsor Form

Standing Together Funding History


‘I am tremendously proud of the achievements of the coordinated approach to domestic violence pioneered by Standing Together. The project has prioritised both victims’ safety and bringing perpetrators to justice. In this way it has turned the government’s intention of putting victims at the heart of the Criminal Justice System into a reality’

Lord Soley, Standing Together Trustee