Join in on the world’s biggest day of giving and make a real difference for women survivors of war
What could be better than the world’s biggest day of giving? In 2015 and 2016, #GivingTuesday broke the Guinness World Record for the most amount of money donated to charity online in 24 hours, with more than 4.5 million people participating on the day!
This year, on Tuesday 27th November, we want to raise £25,000 – enough to fund 46 women to take part in our year-long training programme.
Check out all the ways you can support women survivors of war on #GivingTuesday.
Double your donation – at no cost to you
For one week only, a generous group of donors have offered to match all donations made to Women for Women International. This means you can double the impact of your donation, at no extra cost to you – and help us reach more women affected by poverty and violence.
Your donation will help us to enrol more women in our year-long training programmes, where they will get the skills, resources and support they need to rebuild their lives.
On Tuesday 27th November, Charlotte Tilbury are donating 15% of ALL CT.com online sales from the UK, EU, Netherlands, Australia, the US and Canada to Women for Women International. Help us support more women survivors of war by treating yourself to some makeup magic - there’s something for everyone and every occasion.
Our amazing partner L.K.Bennett knows Tuesday 27th November is the day to do GOOD stuff! This Giving Tuesday visit L.K.Bennett and enjoy some guilt free shopping. 10% of sale proceeds on the day will be donated to our work with women survivors of war. Better yet, enjoy a 10% discount on any purchase.
To celebrate Giving Tuesday, Kjaer Weis are donating 10% of sales on 27th November to help achieve our mission of changing the world, one woman at a time. If you love organic make-up, use code KWGT18 to enjoy a 10% discount.
This World Humanitarian Day, we are reminded of our shared responsibility to support those caught up in global crises. Find out three ways you can exercise your humanitarianism from our Executive Director, Brita Fernandez Schmidt.
"Building a personal connection with my sponsor sister, Amela, became a source of strength for me." Our Executive Director, Brita Fernandez Schmidt shares the story of meeting her first sponsor sister and the very real impact of our programme.
Anne Smith shares her experience of visiting the DRC to see the impact of the Salisbury Rotary Club's sponsorship of 25 women through our one-year programme.