Membership benefits

Respect members have access to:

  • Heavily discounted training courses and events
  • Free Practice Development Days for practitioners
  • Expert advice sessions offered week, helping with your practice challenges
  • Free job adverts in our monthly e-newsletter and promoted on Respect’s social media accounts.
  • Policy consultations and sector surveys
  • Members-only resources, such as briefing papers, research reports etc. 

Members working for services that have been accredited by Respect access additional benefits:

  • Monthly CEO’s networking meeting
  • Attendance to Respect Accredited Members’ meetings.

Membership categories

There are two membership categories: organisational and individual.

Organisational membership is primarily for organisations who provide domestic abuse services; it is also available for organisations who have a strong interest in ending domestic abuse. Employees working for an organisational member can access all benefits through their employer.

Individual membership is for anyone who works in the domestic abuse field or has a strong interest in the sector and self-funds their membership.


To become a member, you must: 

1. be a minimum age of 16 years old at time of application.

2. Agree in writing that you will work in line with Respect’s Principles

3. Agree to the terms and conditions of Respect's Membership

Membership fees

Individual membership fee for 2024-25: £152 per annum.

Organisational membership fees

Income up to £100K - fee: £187

Income between:

  • £100K-£250K - fee: £248
  • £250K-£500K - fee: £402
  • £500K-£1M - fee: £523
  • £1M-£5M - fee: £634

Income above £5m - fee: £1,584

Apply to become a Respect organisational member here

Apply to become a Respect individual member here

Respect is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1141636, in Scotland, number SC051284 and a company, number 7582438. Registered address: VAI Second Floor, 200a Pentonville Road, London N1 9JP
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