Corporate Partnerships

DVassist is always looking to work collaboratively with organisations, business and community groups that share our values and goals. We want to work closely with corporate and government organisations to develop strong, long term partnerships that produce mutually beneficial outcomes.

We value partnerships that involve an exchange of Time, Treasure and Talent. Our partners provide their support in one or more of these ways:

  • Partners can support DVassist with TIME
    When a partner can assist DVassist with a commitment of time, this typically includes the provision of groups of volunteer staff to assist with physical projects. This may involve assisting with a range of tasks for the DVassist operation, including spring cleaning or community activities and events in regional areas.
  • Partners can support DVassist with TREASURE
    Partners who are able to commit treasure are donating much-needed funds which keep us operational.
  • Partners can support DVassist with TALENT
    DVassist appreciates our partners’ commitment of talent, in the form of specialist skills or professional services such as legal, HR, finance, IT , marketing and more.

DVassist  is grateful to have the support of our partners. If you are interested in being a DVassist Corporate partner, please email us at

Our Partners

Thank you to all our valued and much appreciated partners that have been vital in the establishment of DVassist.

  • Fleur McDonald
  • The Parnell Foundation
  • The Criddle Family group
  • DVConnect
  • Walker and Scoble
  • Jackson McDonald
  • Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Ron Farris Real Estate
  • The PR Collaborative

Donate Now

Every dollar helps. Donations to DVassist can be made via direct bank deposit. Our bank details are:

  • Account Name: Breaking the Silence (trading as DV Assist)
  • BSB: 302-162
  • Account: 1273163

Please email us at if you require a receipt. Please note all donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Let’s explore today how your business could support changing the landscape of family domestic violence in regional, rural and remote areas of WA.



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