Give Help


There are many ways you can support Jonathan’s House Ministries. The majority of the men we will see in our safe houses will come to us with very little. Your financial gifts will help to cover client travel costs, cost of seeing a counsellor, clothes, food and toiletries. You can also help support us in creating our welcome packages.

You can donate quickly and securely via our website, or if you would like to consider sponsorship of someone’s journey and give regularly via standing order, please contact us for details.


A lot of the men who we begin to work with will only have the clothes on their backs, for every person who comes in through the doors of a Jonathan’s House we want them to receive a welcome pack containing clothes, toiletries, food parcel, bedding, a small bible, a notepad and pen.

If you feel able to donate towards this you, you can donate online and specify in the donation comments or please contact us to arrange a donation of physical items.


We have a number of volunteer positions as part of JHM and we’re looking for people with a heart to reach those who are deeply hurt. Could you volunteer as a:

If you’re interested in volunteering and wondering where you could fit, then please contact us.


We partner with churches to raise awareness of male domestic abuse and the importance of robust safeguarding procedures.

As a JHM Church Partner we will:

  • Provide access to training resources for your church.
  • Become affiliated with your church and help you develop a JHM partner ministry.
  • Support you in supporting others.

Partnership is so important to the success of Jonathan’s House. The Church is a hospital to the sick, a place for the broken to go, so that they could be bound up. Jonathan’s House will hopefully provide you some tools to help in this process.

  • Train up volunteers from partnering churches to become JHM Ambassadors, to help support abused people, to signpost them to the right services to receive help, to give the right literature with helpful information supplied by JHM. The ambassadors will operate within a much larger network, overseen by Jonathan’s House and 100% accountable to each local churches’ leadership team.
  • Each partnering church will be made know to national domestic abuse helplines as “safe zone” for their community. A place where abused people can be signposted too as a safe place to get a drink, a shoulder to lean on, verbal support, and to be signposted to the right place for help.

For more information about becoming a partner church, please contact us.


JHM as a Christian ministry underpin our work with prayer. We have a WhatsApp group set up for people who would like to be part of our prayer team and meet for an hour once a month via Zoom to pray together.

Please call 01633 501406 or email us for access details.