Our Funders

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BBC Children in Need

We receive funding from BBC Children in Need for our Mentoring project, which supports boys  aged 5-16 who have experienced domestic abuse. The aim is to help them with behavioural challenges and managing feelings they might be experiencing.

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Community Foundation Wales

The Community Foundation Wales provides funding for girls groups, as well as additional support during the Covid-19 crisis.


The National Lottery Community Fund

The National Lottery Community Fund funds Cyfannol’s Assertive Outreach project and our Horizon Sexual Violence Services, as well as providing funding support via the Covid-19 Gwent Domestic Abuse Response. Cyfannol is also in receipt of funding from the Community Fund to enhance its digital capabilities through a 4-year digital transformation project.


The Gwent High Sheriff’s Community Fund

Cyfannol receives funding from the Gwent High Sheriff’s Community Fund to deliver STAR (Safety, Trust and Respect) parent and child groups.


The Henry Smith Charity

The Henry Smith Charity provides funding to support the Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA) support, which forms part of our Horizon Sexual Violence Services.


Hodge Foundation

The Hodge Foundation are supporting us to make our group provision more inclusive to women.


Housing Support Grants

Cyfannol’s domestic abuse support services across Blaenau Gwent, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen are largely funded by the Welsh Government’s Housing Support Grant, via the respective local authorities. These services include refuge accommodation, floating support, crisis intervention and groupwork.


Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice provides funding towards the Horizon Sexual Violence Services, including counselling, Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA) and the Sexual Exploitation Advocacy Support Service (SEASS).


Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent provides funding towards the Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA) and counselling services, which form part of Cyfannol Women’s Aid’s Horizon Sexual Violence Services. They also fund a 16-24 specialist worker within the Assertive Outreach team.

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Welsh Government

The Welsh Government provides funding support to our Horizon counselling service and funds the Ar Trac children and young people project, which is delivered in partnership across 10 areas of Wales.