What is the power up club?
Power Up Club members commit to donating £7 or more per month* to Women for Women International – making a vital, long-term investment in our work empowering women survivors of war.
Join for £15 or more AND RECEIVE AN EXCLUSIVE BRACELET
#SHEDARES BRACELETS MADE BY WOMEN SURVIVORS OF WAR
Join the Power Up Club for £15/month minimum and receive a limited edition #SheDares bracelet handmade by women from Afghanistan and Rwanda.
You must be based in the UK or Europe. Please see the terms and conditions.
AS A POWER UP CLUB MEMBER YOU'LL GET:
- Invites to free virtual Power Up events - featuring inspiring speakers on topics linked to the Stronger Women, Stronger Nations programme
- Monthly Power Up emails, including recommendations for what to read, watch and do.
- Power Up impact reports showing how your donation is making a difference for women living in some of the world’s most dangerous places
- The option to connect with other members via a private Facebook group
How it works
Are you ready to Power Up?
What you can expect - previous power up club events
On 30th March 2023 we were joined by CNN Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward as she discussed her book On All Fronts: The Education of a Journalist, a portrait of her experiences as a world-renowned conflict reporter. From Baghdad to Beijing, her courageous journalism has taken her to some of the world’s most dangerous places.
Our 'Five Steps to Harnessing Your #PowerToChange' workshop is designed to help you access your own toolkit for building a better world.
On Wednesday 5th of October, our Iraq Country Director Aram Shakerm and our Managing Director Sara Bowcutt hosted an online event discussing our work in Iraq over coffee and Kleicha (Iraqi date cookies).
We hosted an inspiring live discussion with Afghan author and activist, Dr. Homeira Qaderi, centred around her award-winning book Dancing in the Mosque.
As part of #WomensHistoryMonth we held a virtual film screening of the BAFTA-winning and Oscar-nominated documentary For Sama, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.
To celebrate World Food Day and our Serving Up Sisterhood campaign we joined renowned Congolese-French Chef Mick Élysée in his kitchen for a virtual cooking class. Visit the event page for the delicious recipes Mick shared at the event.