How to support DVAC

Become a volunteer

DVAC are always looking for individuals who can contribute to the service on a regular or one off volunteer basis. Opportunities arise from time to time in the following areas:

  • Court Support
  • Community Development
  • Administration policy and project work

If you would like to express your interest in becoming a valued volunteer with DVAC please contact us at

DVAC is governed by a volunteer management committee, the individuals that sit on this committee possess skills from a diverse range of areas and expertise. If you are interested in becoming a committee member, please contact the service.


Donations to DVAC will help us to provide more support and assistance to women and children who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence, and contribute to keeping resources up to date.

Some of the forms of donation are:

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do the donations go?
  • Emergency relief for women
  • Printing up to date informative resources for distribution
  • Camp and activities for women and children
 Are donations tax deductible?

Yes all donations are tax deductible

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, immediately sent to you by email when approved

Other opportunities

There are many other ways your business could support our organisation:

Sponsor a March Against Violence:
Promote your business as a sponsor by displaying your logo on advertising, banners or t-shirts.

Sponsor a school talk event:
Promote your business as a sponsor by distributing merchandise and displaying your logo at the event.

Sponsor a sports carnival or event:
Promote your allegiance with DVAC by providing dual-branded merchandise such as drink bottles or clothing.

Provide pro-bono services

Fund an awareness campaign:
Co-brand a large-scale campaign such as a billboard or bus advertising.

Volunteer at awareness-raising/fundraising events

Organise your own fundraiser