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Add extra purpose to your purchases by choosing these products, partners and ways to shop to change the lives of women survivors of war.

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Where you choose to shop is powerful: it’s a statement to the world about your style, your individuality, your passion. What you wear has a big influence on how you feel about yourself. Through our Stronger Women, Stronger Nations Programme, women learn the skills they need to rebuild their families and communities. They form support networks, learn to earn an income and save money, and gain knowledge and resources about health and their rights. Awareness and money raised through our partnerships will support women in some of the most dangerous places in the world to rebuild their lives.

Choose to shop with purpose today and treat yourself – or a friend or family member – to something special.

Hot Lips 2 by Charlotte Tilbury

Charlotte Tilbury Beauty have launched the ultimate empowering lipstick collection in aid of Women for Women International. Say hello to Hot Lips 2 – a lipstick collection inspired by 11 rule breakers, record makers and history shakers. From the sales of Hot Lips 2, Charlotte Tilbury Beauty are pledging £1 million to help women survivors of war rebuild their lives.

Jimmy Choo

Founded in 1996, Jimmy Choo is a luxury, award-winning accessories brand with shoes at its heart, offering an empowered sense of glamour. Following their participation in NET-A-PORTER’s International Women's Day collection, leading global luxury house Jimmy Choo committed to a 3-year partnership with Women for Women International.

Estrid

Estrid, a razor-subscription brand with gender equality at its heart, donates 1% of all sales to Women for Women International.

AMARA

We are proud to partner with AMARA, the luxury homeware online destination for a global audience in over 100 countries. AMARA is raising vital funds for marginalised women by donating 15% of profits from sales of Global Explorer, one of the ‘Designed by AMARA’ brands.

Posh Totty Designs

Alice Rivers-Cripps was so inspired by the warmth of the women she met that she decided to create unique pieces of jewellery in order to raise funds and awareness to help survivors of war.

Winser London

For International Women’s Day, Winser London is expanding the Gillian Anderson’s Lips collection to include a new orange, grey and navy cashmere scarf. 20% of net sales from both the jumper and scarf will be donated to our work helping women realise their power.

Keds

We are thrilled to be joining forces with iconic American brand Keds to advance our mission of investing in women survivors of war and conflict. Keds has pledged to raise £30,000 for Women for Women International by donating 100% of the proceeds from three specially designed sneakers made to celebrate the strength and diversity of women.

LoveKnitting

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.

Revolut

If you’re a Revolut customer, you can donate easily in-app and support our work with women survivors of war. Open your Revolut app, go to Marketplace > Donations and choose Women for Women International to donate. It’s that simple!

Give as you Live

Shop at over 4,000 stores (Boots, John Lewis, ASOS, M&S, Booking.com and more) and raise free funds for women survivors of war with your everyday shopping. Simply choose Women for Women International as your charity of choice when you sign up, then get online shopping.

AmazonSmile

If you already use Amazon, why not switch to AmazonSmile? AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way to support us every time you shop online. On your first visit, select Women for Women International to receive donations before you begin shopping.

Become our corporate partner

We’re committed to partnerships that work and benefit us both. If you’re interested in helping change the lives of women survivors of war, get in touch!