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Giving Tuesday 2023

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Invest in gifts that empower women!

As we approach the end of 2023, investing in women and harnessing the transformative power of giving is more important than ever

Together, we can profoundly impact women's lives in some of the world’s most dangerous places.  

For beauty, fashion and skincare essentials, look no further to discover how our corporate partners are supporting us this year and how you can get your hands on gifts that are helping empower women around the globe. 

Photo credit: Charlotte Tilbury

Charlotte Tilbury

Charlotte Tilbury Beauty has been helping women gain the knowledge, skills and tools to change their future since 2016. Charlotte Tilbury Beauty’s £1 million pledge brought transformational change to the participants of our Stronger Women, Stronger Nations programme. To mark the Holiday Season this year, Charlotte Tilbury Beauty is donating £5 from each Holiday Stocking sold to spread a message of hope to women across the globe. 

Photo credit: slip


Looking for the perfect gift or want to treat yourself? Our global partner, slip, offer fabulous holiday collections, ranging from crackers and scrunchies to giftsets and eye masks. All made from the finest silk, these products add the perfect blend of comfort and elegance into your daily routine. We are grateful to slip for their continuous support of our work, meaning we can reach even more women affected by war and conflict.  

Photo credit: ME+EM


Modern luxury fashion label ME+EM has supported Women for Women International throughout 2023. Instead of discounting this Black Friday, they are embodying the spirit of giving by donating to marginalised women, helping them find hope after hardship. With an unwavering focus on solutions-lead intelligent design principles at the core of everything they do, ME+EM pieces are an investment for now and forever.    

Photo credit: 111SKIN


High-powered skincare brand 111SKIN is supporting us by donating 10% of proceeds made through 111SKIN.com on 28th November. 

As well as this, the innovative brand donates 100% of profits from their hydrating Black Diamond Hand cream and provides customers the option to Give-at-Checkout year-round. So, whether you are purchasing on Giving Tuesday or not, you can support women survivors of war with your skincare favourites.

Photo credit: Posh Totty Designs

Posh Totty Designs

Posh Totty Designs are specialists in beautiful, handcrafted jewellery. When the brand’s founder, Alice Rivers Cripps, visited our programme in Kosovo she was inspired to create the ‘Share A Hug’ collection that spread the simple, yet profound, message of the importance of sharing a hug. For each item sold from the collection, a percentage of sales is donated to women survivors of war and the collection now features a new birthstone design. So, whether you want a piece for yourself or a personalised gift, Posh Totty Designs is the destination to shop for jewellery that gives back.   

Photo credit: Revolut


Revolut have been offering their customers a way to support Women for Women International since 2021, through in-app donations. Funds raised help women survivors of war rebuild their lives by having access to education and vocational training, enabling women to become economically empowered. If you are a Revolut customer, you can make a one off donation, commit to regular gifts or round-up your spending. Creating a brighter, more equal future for women around the world.  

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Our corporate partners play a fundamental role in helping us achieve our mission. Our partners use their platforms as a voice for the global sisterhood, engage their staff, customers and followers in our work and raise vital funds for the women we serve.

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