For International Women’s Day 2019, female-founded fashion brand By Malene Birger are supporting Women for Women International in style. By Malene Birger are donating proceeds from the sale of their International Women’s Day tote bag to our work with women survivors of war.
For the month of March and to celebrate International Women’s Day, Women for Women International are proud to partner with Caravan Restaurants.
Papier’s ethos is to inspire people to connect more often and in a more meaningful way. The creative stationery brand selected Women for Women International as their 2019 Christmas card charity partner, donating 5p from every card sold to our vital work with women survivors of war. In March 2020, Papier collaborated with one of Women for Women International’s long-time partners Monica Vinader, on a set of beautiful notebooks and notecards. 11% of sales from the collection will be donated to Women for Women International.
Needle & Thread have collaborated with Women for Women International Ambassador Jasmine Hemsley to create the Jasmine Hemsley x Needle & Thread Elemental collection, launching in time for International Women’s Day. Needle & Thread are proud to support Women for Women International by making a donation, which is enough to help 200 women learn tailoring as part of our year-long training programme.
Posh Totty founder, Alice Rivers-Cripps visited our programmes in Kosovo in 2016. She was so inspired by the warmth of the women she met that she decided to create the Share A Hug jewellery collection to raise funds and awareness to help survivors of war.
LoveKnitting, a world-wide community for knitters, crocheters and sewers, are supporting Women for Women International and the women we serve. LoveKnitting’s Yarn Collective are donating 1% of all sales to our work helping some of the world’s most marginalised women rebuild their lives.