On average, we provide support to more than 1000 women a year and around 100 children. We are open to all women irrespective of race, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, political beliefs, social background or disability.
Stirling and District Women's Aid has been in existence since 1976, initially as part of Central Region Women's Aid and then becoming an Independent Scottish Charity with our own constitution in 1977.
Our first refuge accommodation was opened in April 1977 and in the following year the organisation provided temporary accommodation for 25 women and 50 children.
We now provide services to many more women and children with a custom-built refuge, outreach and drop-in services, independent domestic abuse advocacy and a children and young persons' service.
For no women or their children to be subjected to physical, emotional or sexual abuse by their partner or former partner; and that domestic abuse is recognised by everyone in society as NEVER being acceptable.
Are you passionate about women's rights? Do you have the skills, knowledge and experience to provide support and advocacy to women, Children and Young People experiencing domestic abuse?
See this page for details of current vacancies.