Looking for ways to get involved?  Host an event in support of Women for Women International!  

Women are waiting at our gates for the chance to enrol in our programme but we need more sponsors.  Now more than ever, women in countries like Afghanistan and Nigeria need your support.  Host an event and ask your guests to join you in sponsoring a woman in our programme.  Encourage your network to make the investment in one woman and change her life forever.

Our most successful events are when hosts create group goals. Encourage your guests to sponsor a woman or make a donation before the end of the evening. You may want to have a specific request – i.e. everyone donates £10 or let’s sponsor 5 women!

Not sure how to plan an event or gathering?  No problem – we’re here to help!  We’ll provide you the tools and resources you need to get started.  To receive our toolkit, email Jessie on supportuk@womenforwomen.org

Host a #SheInspiresMe Carboutique

A #SheInspiresMe Carboutique is a fun and unique new fundraising event where shopping for a cause takes on an exciting and engaging role! As part of our annual #SheInspiresMe Car Boot Sale, Women for Women International invites all of our supporters to host their own event as we work towards empowering women survivors of war.

Click here to access your #SheInspiresMe Carboutique Toolkit or email Evan on supportuk@womenforwomen.org for more information.

Host a Share Event

Nothing brings us together like sitting down to share a meal. This is just as true in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kosovo, and all the countries where we work. Organise a Share Dinner Party and surprise your guests with delicious dishes inspired by the women we work with around the world.

We've developed a toolkit to make it easy for you to organise a lunch or dinner party for your friends, to collectively raise money to sponsor a woman

Find out more or email Jessie on supportuk@womenforwomen.org to request your copy of the toolkit. 

GreatestSilence Host a film screening 

‘Sweet Dreams’ is a powerful documentary following Rwanda’s groundbreaking first all-female drumming troupe Ingoma Nshya meaning ‘New Drum or New Era’. The troupe’s founder enlists the help of Brooklyn's Blue Marble Ice Cream to open Rwanda’s first ice cream parlour in Butare, South Rwanda. This moving story echoes those of the inspiring women who participate in our programmes – women whose strength to overcome the horrors of their nations’ past encourage them to become active entrepreneurial agents in their society, in the building of a brighter future.

Contact Evan on supportuk@womenforwomen.org to request a copy of our Film Screening toolkit.

Do your own thing!

Got your own event idea? Great! Drop us a line on supportuk@womenforwomen.org to let us know what you’re doing and get started today. 

Inspire others

Let the world know about your great work helping women survivors of war! Tweet us @womenforwomenuk and post pictures to our Facebook page so we can share them with everyone.