There is no joining fee. Our only request is that members take action to provide a supportive environment for staff who are affected by domestic abuse in any way.

  • Invitation to Quarterly Network Meetings, where you will receive updates from influential speakers and have the opportunity to network with other members
  • Invitation to the EIDA National Conference
  • Access to the Everyone’s Business initiative, its digital portal and free advice
  • Contribute to the national domestic abuse agenda through our policy work on the Domestic Abuse Bill
  • Share lessons and resources on practice with other EIDA members
  • Your company name and website hyperlink included on the EIDA website (which lists all members)
  • Access to a wide selection of resources on the EIDA website
Next steps / Opportunities for engagement

We encourage employers to:

  • Join the initiative
  • Develop a policy on domestic abuse for your staff
  • Train managers, staff and ambassadors
  • Hold detailed information about where members of staff can get help, locally and nationally
  • Put information on your website and intranet about domestic abuse
  • Include information in your graduate and apprenticeship inductions
  • Encourage members of staff who are suffering abuse to seek help and support them.
  • Encourage other employers, large and small, to join the initiative
  • Provide the EIDA with introductions to other employers

Joining the EIDA

Information contained on this website is summarised in our downloadable Membership Enquiry Pack. If you decide to join the EIDA please download and complete our New Member Form, and return to

Please note that if you register to join the Network we may share your contact details with other members on request as part of furthering the network. For information about the way in which EIDA processes your personal information as a controller, and your rights to your personal information, please see EIDA’s Privacy Notice here.

Please keep us updated with any changes so we can keep your details as accurate as possible. For example, providing contact details of your replacement if you change your role within the organisation or move to a different company.

Current Members

We currently have over 270 network members:

Advanced Boardroom Excellence
Aldwyck Housing Group
Allianz Global Corporate and Speciality
Anglia Ruskin University
Anglian Water
Anthony Louca Solicitors
Arcol UK
Arriva Rail London
ATL – The Education Union
Avon and Somerset Constabulary
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bank Workers Charity
Barts Hospital
BBC Studios
Bedfordshire Police
Behind Closed Doors
Board of Deputies of British Jews
Bristol Zero Tolerance
British Airways
British Army
British Film Institute
British Medical Association
British Retail Consortium
British Transport Police
Business in the Community (BITC)
Cabinet Office
Cambridgeshire Police
Cardiff Women’s Aid
Carlisle City Council
Catch 22
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales (CBCEW)
Centre for Ageing Better
Charity for Civil Servants
Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx)
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
CHC Highways
Chelsea Football Club
Chelsea Football Club Foundation
Chrysalis Supported Association
Church of England
Citizen’s Advice Bureau
Citizen’s Foundation
Citizens UK
City of London Corporation
City of London Police
Civil Nuclear Constabulary
Civil Service
CMS (Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP)
Code Hospitality
Comic Relief
Confederation of British Industry
Corporate Alliance Against Domestic Abuse (CAADV)
Crown Agents
Crown Prosecution Service
Cumbria Police
Dartmouth Films
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
Department for Work and Pensions
Department of Health
Depaul UK
Devon and Cornwall Police
Doncaster Local Authority
Doncaster Rovers
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner
Dot Everyone
Doughty Street Chambers
Driver Group
Dysart 57
Edwardian Hotels
Electoral Commission
Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA)
Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (ENEI)
End Violence Against Women Coalition
Epping Forest District Council
Equality and Human Rights Commission
Essex Police
European Human Rights Commission
Eversheds Sutherland
Financial Conduct Authority
Financial Ombudsman
Forster Communications
Foundation Years Trust
Gambling Commission
General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)
Gloucester City Council
Gloucestershire First Local Enterprise Partnership (GFirstLEP)
Gowling WLG (UK) LLP
Gray’s Inn
Gwent Police
Hackney Local Authority
Hand Picked Hotels
Health Assured
Health Education England
Heathrow Airport
Hertfordshire Police
Highways England
Historic Royal Palaces
HM Courts Service
HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICRFS)
Home Office
House of Commons
House of Lords
HR Magazine
Humberside Police
Huntercombe Group
Inclusive Employers
Ingram Micro
Insititute of Business Ethics
Institute of Directors
Insurance Charities
iROWE (Institute for Research into Organisations, Work & Employment)
Jewish Women’s Aid
John Lewis
Kennington Chiropody
Kent Police
Kering Corporate Foundation
King’s College London
Kingsley Napsley
Lancashire Police
Law Society
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Legal Aid Agency
Leicestershire Police
Life Clubs
Lincolnshire Police
Lloyds Bank Foundation
Lloyds Banking Group
Lloyd’s of London
Local Government Association
London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
London Borough of Lambeth
London Legacy Development Corporation
Longhurst Group
Macmillan Cancer Support
Manchester University
ManKind Initiative
Marston Holdings
Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)
Metropolitan Police
Middle Temple
Middlesborough Environment City
Ministry of Defence
Ministry of Justice
Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure
Morgan Stanley
National Care Forum
National Education Union
National Franchised Dealers Association
National Housing Federation
NCVO – National Council of Voluntary Organisations
New Perspective Consultancy Services
NHS Employers
Nick Makin
Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business
Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies
Northamptonshire Police
Northumbria Police
Norton Rose Fulbright
Nottinghamshire Police
Nursing and Midwifery Council
Office of Alex Norris MP
Office of Frank Field MP
Office of Gillian Keegan MP
Office of Jess Phillips MP
Office of Julie Cooper MP
Office of Lord Birt
Office of Lord Collins
Office of Lord Smith of Hindhead
Office of Sir Stephen O’Brien
Office of Vicky Ford MP
Office of Victoria Atkins MP
One Young World
Optimal People & Business Services
Orto Stella
Parent Zone
Penny Appeal
People Space
Places for People
Police Crime Prevention Initiatives
Police Mutual Assurance Society (PMAS)
Police Service Northern Ireland
Poplar HARCA
Public Health England
Public Service People Managers Association (PPMA)
Recruitment and Employment Confederation
RISE Mutual
Riviera Produce
Roast Restaurants
Royal Air Force
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
Royal Borough of Greenwich (RBG)
Royal College of Physicians
Royal Navy
Royal Shakespeare Company
S.S. Great Britain
Safe Lives
Sailors Childrens Charity
Sands (Stillbirth and neonatal death charity)
Savera UK
Sexual Trauma and Recovery Service
Sharan Project
Solicitors Regulation Authority
Sony Pictures
South Wales Police
South Western Railways
South Yorkshire Police
Staffordshire Police
Standing Together Against Domestic Violence
Suffolk Police
Supreme Court
Surrey Police
Surviving Economic Abuse
Sussex Police
Tavistock-Portmann NHS Foundation
TCM Group
Terra Firma
The Consultancy Group
The Salvation Army
Toynbee Hall
Tools 4 Change
Transport for London
UK Says No More
Unitas Communications
University of Chester
University of Exeter
University of Law
Vodafone Foundation
Vodafone UK
Welsh Human Rights Commission
West Mercia Police
West Midlands Police
West of England Combined Authority
West Yorkshire Police
Wiltshire Police
Wine Explorer Ltd
Women and Children First
Women’s Aid Federation of England
Woman’s Trust