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As we celebrate Women's History Month and International Women’s Day, we are honouring the women who are daring to challenge oppression with acts of defiance. 

We are so grateful to our corporate partners for supporting our #SheDares campaign. From sustainable fashion to delicious food; there are countless ways you can stand in solidarity by making an impactful purchase this March.  

Together, we will continue to equip the women we serve with the necessary skills and knowledge to dare to make a change. 

Photo Credit: Women for Women International

Elevate your style, and impact

When women enrol in our 12-month Stronger Women, Stronger Nations programme they learn valuable vocational skills, many often choosing a craft such as tailoring or beauty care training. This paves the way for entrepreneurship and financial independence. We are thrilled to maintain partnerships with fashion and beauty brands who share our commitment to women’s empowerment. Read on to discover which brands are showing their support this Women’s History Month. 

Photo credit: Charlotte Tilbury
Photo credit: Charlotte Tilbury

Charlotte Tilbury

Our long-standing global partner Charlotte Tilbury Beauty, who have been committed to raising funds for women survivors of war since 2016, are now supporting us through a committed company donation. Charlotte Tilbury Beauty’s unwavering commitment to our cause will help us amplify our #SheDares campaign and honour the women who are daring to make a change that will have lasting impact. 

Sandra Choi - Creative Director at Jimmy Choo. Photo credit: Jimmy Choo
Sandra Choi - Creative Director at Jimmy Choo. Photo credit: Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo

Since 2020, Jimmy Choo has demonstrated its unwavering commitment to empowering women survivors of war by raising over £500,000 to support our programmes. This substantial contribution underscores our shared commitment to providing women with the skills and resources they need to rebuild and empower their lives. 

Photo credit: Monica Vinader
Photo credit: Monica Vinader

Monica Vinader

We are thrilled that ethical jewellery brand Monica Vinader once again stood with us this International Women’s Day. On the 8th of March, Monica Vinader donated 10% from both online and in-store sales. This will enable more women to learn the vital skills required to rebuild their lives after war and conflict. 

Photo credit: Mint Velvet
Photo credit: Mint Velvet

Mint Velvet

Female-founded fashion label Mint Velvet is the home of #RelaxedGlamour clothing. They showed their commitment to women survivors of war this International Women's Day by donating £10 from every full price online purchase made on the 8th of March. 

Photo credit: 111SKIN
Photo credit: 111SKIN


The fabulous skincare brand 111SKIN supported us again this International Women’s Day by donating 25% of profits made through 111SKIN.com on 8th March. Moreover, year-round, the innovative brand donates 100% of profits from their hydrating Black Diamond Hand cream and provides customers with the option to Give-at-Checkout every time they shop at 111SKIN.com. The money raised will go towards helping empower women in some of the most marginalised regions as they find stability after conflict.  

Photo credit: LK Bennett

LK Bennett

British luxury fashion brand LK Bennett supported us this Women's History Month between the 3rd and 9th March by inviting its customers to join in supporting women survivors of war by offering an exclusive 20% discount code when they donated £10. 

Photo Credit: Posh Totty

Posh Totty

Posh Totty Designs are experts in 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. Each piece in the collection embodies the warmth and comfort that a hug can offer, something which is so important for women survivors of war who often experience isolation. For each item sold from the collection, a percentage of sales is donated to women survivors of war. 

Photo Credit: Women for Women International

Dine with Purpose

As part of our Stronger Women, Stronger Nations programme, women learn about the importance of food hygiene and nutrition so they can protect themselves and their family from preventable diseases. We are thrilled to partner with a selection of restaurants for Women’s History Month allowing you the opportunity to dine with purpose throughout March. Read on to discover the restaurants supporting us so you can savour delicious food and stand in solidarity with women survivors of war.  

Photo Credit: The Ned

The Ned

We are excited to continue our partnership with The Ned London to honour and support women survivors of war. This year, The Ned will be adding a voluntary £1 donation to restaurant bills over £30 across all their London restaurants for Women's History Month. With a range of cuisines to choose from, there is something for everyone to enjoy whilst making an impact. 

Photo Credit: Lina Stores

Lina Stores

Once again, London-based, Italian delicatessen and restaurant, Lina Stores, is proudly standing with women survivors of war throughout Women’s History Month. Lina Stores will be adding an optional £1 donation on the bill at all their restaurants between 1st and 31st March. Additionally, Lina Stores will donate £1 from every Mimosa cake sold in their delicatessens and Kings Cross and Marylebone restaurants. From Clapham to Soho, seize the chance to dine at a Lina Stores this March and play a part in supporting women globally.    

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