Charities

Girls Out Loud

Girls Out Loud was created to empower and inspire teenage girls in the UK. Did you know that 1 in 4 girls will self-harm before they leave school, or that girls as young as 5 are worrying about their weight? The NGO provides programmes and support that help build confidence, self-belief, emotional resilience and a positive self-image.

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IMKAAN 

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Rights of Women

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As well as calling for the end of violence against women, Rights of Women is designed to ensure that all women understand the law and their legal rights. The charity provides free and confidential legal advice to women on all types law including family, criminal, immigration and asylum. Through information, Rights of Women aim to empower women.

 

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Bloody Good Period

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As Bloody Good Period so accurately point out on its website, menstrual supplies are not cheap. This charity aims to end period poverty for women asylum seekers, refugees and those who can’t afford to buy the essential products. You can help by either donating money or supplies to drop-in centres and food banks (although the latter is not currently possible due to Covid).

 
 
 
 
 
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SmartWorks

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With Meghan Markle as a patron, the Smart Works charity provide both interview training and clothing to help low-income women in the U.K get jobs and gain financial independence. By harnessing the power of clothes and coaching, the charity aim to build confidence for job success. You can either donate money or clothing to the organisation’s seven locations across the UK.

CARE International

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CARE International – the charity behind the annual #March4Women – works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice, and puts women and girls at the centre of everything it does. Working across 79 poor and developing countries, it has helped millions of people find routes out of poverty since it was founded in 1945.

CARE also campaigns on a huge range of feminist issues – calling for everything from more women in leadership to climate change policies that take gender into account.

 
 
 
 
 
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KVINNA TILL KVINNA FOUNDATION

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The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation promotes women’s rights in over 20 conflict-affected countries in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the South Caucasus. Set up to support more than 130 local partner organisations across the world. The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation was founded in 1993, when reports reached Sweden of mass rapes in the wars in Former Yugoslavia. The Swedish peace and women’s movement made a joint appeal under the name of “Kvinna till Kvinna” (Woman to Woman) and took a series of fundraising initiatives to support women’s rights organisations in the Balkans.

 
 
 
 
 
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STREETGÄRIS

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Founded in 2013, StreetGäris is an intersectional movement for women and non-binary people who support, teach and inspire each other through empowerment, solidarity and community. Their mission is to be a democratically-advocating, people-and opinion-making movement that acts to challenge and redistribute power in society.StreetGäris focus on intersectional feminism and anti-racism advocating that our differences are our strengths, and aim to be seen and heard in public spaces that lack cross-sectional feminist, and anti-racial analyzes and perspectives.  With a network of over 3,000 members StreetGäris’ mission is to be a democratically-advocating, people- and opinion-making movement that acts to challenge and redistribute power in society.

 
 
 
 
 
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FATTA!  & FATTA MAN

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Founded through the coalition of the organisations Make Equal and Femtastic in 2013, FATTA is a non-profit organisation. Their primary focus is fighting sexual violence and pushing sexual consent legislation; FATTA aims to make groundbreaking changes in the sexual violence laws in Sweden. FATTA began with a collection of 150 anonymous stories of sexual abuse. The stories became the basis for the song Capture by Cleo, Sister Sol, Kristin Amparo and Nasteho Osman.