Giving a small charity gift to NDADA in your will can help children in Devon have happier, safer futures, free from abuse
NDADA's CEO Sue Wallis describes what Christmas is like for the women and children who have fled home and are spending the festive season at the refuge
We’ve all learnt a thing or two about taking care of each other this year. This Christmas, will you take care of those in the refuge by buying a gift?
If you think you could help us reach our £10,000 Covid-19 Emergency Appeal target there are lots of ways to help – many of which don’t even require getting off the sofa …
Since we launched our Just Giving campaign less than a week ago we have been humbled at the generosity of our wonderful supporters
Hello friends of NDADA Thank you so much for taking a few moments to read this. Five minutes of your time could help one of Devon’s vulnerable children and their mum today. As you know, North Devon Against Domestic Abuse (NDADA) runs the only Refuge in the whole of Devon for women and children fleeing domestic