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OUR PARTNERS


Over the last 32 years Watford Women’s Centre has developed into a community asset for our service users and our partners, networks and local agencies.  We believe in working to co-ordinate work across different agencies for the benefit of vulnerable women across all communities in our local area. Our network of partners include the following: 

 

Community Partners

Brick by Brick Communities

Futures Group
GPs and Family Centres
Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service 
Herts Constabulary 
Herts Domestic Abuse Helpline
Herts Refuge
Herts Sunflower

Hertfordshire Partnership Trust

Interfaith Group Watford

Job Centre Plus

Kenyans in Herts
Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC)

Multi Cultural Community Centre Watford

Muslim Womens Group
National Careers Service 

OneVision Project

Polish School

Refugee Association
Safer Places 
Schools and colleges (Laurance Haines School, Beechfield School, Chater School)

Sebby's Corner

Sewa Day Watford

Shoebox Project Herts and Bucks

Solicitors (JKC Solicitors, Stalwarts Solicitors, Duncan Lewis Solicitors & UK Immigration Legal Services, Pickup and Scott Solicitors)

St Mary's Church

Sunshine Children's Centre (Oxhey)

Three Rivers District Council

Vel Murugan Temple
Watford Borough Council
Watford Chamber of Commerce

Watford Food Bank

Watford Freecycle Support Group

Wellspring Church
West Herts Hospitals NHS Trust

 

Funders

As a charity, Watford Women’s Centre depends almost entirely on funding received from 
grant-making bodies, community organisations, local businesses and voluntary donations. We are enormously grateful to all our recent funders for their crucial support to our ongoing work.

 

 Thank you to the Alan Day Motor Group for their support of our #ChooseToChallenge   Domestic Abuse campaign in 2021 in association with Watford FC. Funds raised   during the campaign went towards offering Domestic Abuse counselling to local   women.

 

 

Thank you to HSBC for their support of our Domestic Abuse Services during 2020.

 

 

 Thank you to the John Lewis Partnership for supporting women access our   employment training and personal development courses. 

 

 

 

 Thank you to Lifelines who helped us to continue to provide vital services to   survivors of domestic abuse throughout the Covid 19 pandemic.

 

 

 

Thank you to Tesco Bags for Help for supporting the MyAlly telephone support chat line offering peer-to-peer support to women suffering domestic abuse.

 

 

Thank you to the National Lottery Community Fund for their support in establising the My Ally telephone support chat line offering peer-to-peer support to women suffering domestic abuse.

 

 

 

 Thank you to the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for their   funding, helping us to support victims of sexual and domestic abuse. 
 

 

 

Thank you to TKMaxx for their ongoing support of our Domestic Abuse Services during the Covid 19 pandemic.

 

 

 Thank you to United Way for supporting the MyAlly telephone support chat   line offering peer-to-peer telephone support to women suffering domestic abuse.

 

 

 

Thank you to Watford Borough Council for their continued support of our Domestic Abuse Services. 

 

 

Thank you to Watford Football Club for their support of our #ChooseToChallenge Domestic Abuse campaign in 2021 in association with the Alan Day Motor Group. Funds raised during the campaign went towards offering Domestic Abuse counselling to local women.

 

 

 

Thank you to the Women’s Institute (Little Gaddesden Branch) for their donation to our Domestic Abuse Services during 2020. 

 

 

 Thank you to Members of the Inner Wheel Rotary Berhampsted Bulbourne Club for   their donation towards our Domestic Abuse Services during 2021. 

The Leadership and Management of WWC work to create a strong and clear culture of high expectations... demonstrating a high level of transparency and accountability across the organisation. There is a strong commitment to developing talent from the volunteer base, which in turn has led to a highly committed workforce.