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Rape Crisis England & Wales wants a world that is free from sexual violence and abuse.

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We value all donations large or small, whether it is every month or a one-off – everyone’s contribution helps us and makes a real difference.

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If you want to give to your local Rape Crisis Centre, contact them directly. Or you can donate to the National Telephone Helpline, which is run by Rape Crisis South London.

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If you're thinking of fundraising for us we would love to hear from you!

You can raise funds for Rape Crisis England & Wales in all sorts of ways - there’s really no limit to how to get involved!  We are always so impressed with our supporters’ creativity and generosity.

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What we do

Rape Crisis England & Wales is the charity working to end sexual violence and abuse. Working together with our member Rape Crisis centres, we aim to educate, influence and make change.

We also provide specialist information and support to all those affected by sexual violence in England & Wales.

We raise awareness of the prevalence and impact of sexual violence and abuse in all its forms.

We advocate for systems change to create better responses in justice, health, education and across society for survivors of sexual violence and abuse.

We ensure that specialist support is available to survivors whenever they need it.

Following a difficult year where violence against women and girls seemed devastatingly pervasive and women’s safety was high on the agenda, it’s more important than ever to show solidarity and come together to do something positive.

Sara Kilner, Fundraising and Partnerships Lead