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Leeds Women’s Aid Launches New Website
Leeds Women’s Aid is inviting visitors to explore their new website which launched earlier this month. Created with the user experience in mind, the new website includes comprehensive information about domestic violence and abuse and the variety of specialist support services available to women and families in Leeds.

Visitors to the site can also stay informed about the different ways they can support the charity through fundraising, volunteering and donating items to their charity shop and refuges. This information can be found under the ‘Get Involved’ tab.

Leeds Women’s Aid CEO Nik Peasgood said “I am excited to share our new website in this important year for Leeds Women’s Aid – being 45 years since we opened our 1st refuge. We hope the new website will be a useful tool for anyone who needs our support or wants to learn more about our charity.”
For more information on Leeds Women’s Aid, and to view the new website, please visit www.leedswomensaid.org.uk

About Leeds Women's Aid

Leeds Women’s Aid is the largest women’s charitable organisation in Leeds and their mission is to protect women and children in Leeds from domestic violence and abuse. They offer a range of specialist to services to vulnerable women and families who are victims and survivors of: domestic, sexual and honour based violence and abuse; forced marriage; trafficking; stalking and harassment.

This year, Leeds Women’s Aid are celebrating 45 years since opening their first women’s refuge in 1973. This was the second women’s refuge in the country and the first outside London.

Leeds Women’s Aid Launches New Website, 29th August 2018, 10:06 AM