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GMSP Foundation, supported by I.G. Advisors and Social Misfits Media, are working with Ashiana and another 4 charities that address violence against women in BME communities across the UK.

Our aim is to raise a total of £150,000 from the public and selected match funders through crowdfunding, for Ashiana Network and the 4 other charities.

Join us in supporting BME victims of domestic violence – lets  #RiseTogether.

We welcome your support – let’s Rise Together.


We can help you with issues around domestic violence. Our services range from provision of refuges, to counselling, advice and making relevant resources available. Please feel free to seek our help. Your welfare is our priority. Please click the button for more information.


Please click on the button below if you need to refer a woman or if you know a woman who is experiencing domestic violence. Our referral criteria is tailored to help you. Please feel free to get in touch to refer your candidate. Thank you.


Ashiana supported 500 girls last year. We are committed to providing a safety net for women affected by domestic violence. A voice and reprieve from domestic violence and a signpost for brighter prospects. Please click the button below to donate. Thank you.

Our Services

Ashiana Services

Ashiana Network offers specialist refuge, advice, support and counselling services for black and minority ethnic women and girls (14+) affected by domestic violence, sexual violence, forced marriage, honour based violence, female genital mutilation and women who have no recourse to public funds.

Our aim is to empower the women and girls who use our services so that they are able to make informed choices and decisions about their future.

Our Impact

The difference we have made in the last year includes:

500 women and girls supported across our refuge, advice and counselling services

138 left their abusive family home.

Forced marriage prevented in 18 cases.

109 reported the abuse to police.

9 women gained their indefinite leave to remain.

91% of young people in our education programme agreed they learnt more about domestic violence.




Read more client testimonials



                     “Ashiana Network is an invaluable resource in our community.

                     Thank you Ashiana!”

We need your help to reach our goal of eliminating violence against women. Every £ counts. Help make a donation today!