Many people use the Turn2us Grants Search who have experienced domestic violence or abuse - often to find grants to help them make a new start or to help them recover from their experiences.

Many of the charities on the Turn2us Grants Search may help people who have experienced domestic violence/abuse if they meet the charity's eligibility criteria (qualifying rules for help).

These will not be tagged with keywords such as 'domestic abuse', 'domestic violence', 'abusive relationship', etc.

To find charitable funds that may be able to help you, you need to search using the filters on all aspects of your circumstances that may be relevant – e.g. occupation (remember to think about the industries you have worked in as well as the jobs you have had), health conditions, nationality etc.

Once you have a list of charitable funds based on your search, check the profiles for information on who they help and what they help with.

Some charities give grants according to individual need. If the profile doesn’t specifically state that the charity can't help people who have experience domestic violence/abuse, it may be worth contacting any charities that match your circumstances and background to ask if they can help.


The following organisations provide general support to people who have experienced domestic abuse:


Republic of Ireland

Last updated on 12 February 2020