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There are so many ways to support our work for victims and survivors.

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Help us save Rape Crisis centres from a funding crisis

We're calling on all political parties to commit to adequate and sustainable funding for specialist support services.

Will you join us in demanding that the next government makes supporting survivors of sexual violence and abuse a priority?

Find out more about our election demands

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Sign up for a race or challenge event with Team RCEW in 2024!

We've got limited free spots in some of the most popular events across the country.

Whether swimming, running or muddy obstacle courses are your thing, you'll be helping to support survivors of rape and sexual abuse.

Sign up now
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Be like Bob

Bob was part of a team of cyclists who raised nearly £2,000 for us at last year's RideLondon cycle challenge – a feat for which we're so grateful.

Each member covered a whopping 100 miles in one day on their bike. But, despite the hard work involved, the team also had a lot of fun.

"It was one of the most rewarding days I've ever had on a bike," Bob says.

Feeling inspired? Head over to our fundraising page for tips and ideas about how to raise money for us in other ways.

Have you heard about payroll giving?

It's an easy way to donate more to us at no extra cost to yourself!

That's because payments are taken from your pre-tax salary, meaning that you can donate more to us without it affecting your pay packet.

Find out more
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