Each year, we work with around 12,000 women and girls and 600 organisations in our mission to ensure every woman and girl in the UK can experience the lifelong benefits of sport. Our pioneering research and insight into women in sport is disseminated to over 30,000 people each year, and our wider campaigning reaches up to 14 million annually.
This all demonstrates one thing: our impact has significant across the sports sector. An important part of this is our ongoing partnerships with a range of community groups, NGBs, businesses and educational settings.
But to make all of our wide-reaching work possible, we need support. Often, this is where charitable foundations come in. We work with charitable foundations to fund a variety of our game-changing projects, and offer partnerships at every scale within our key workstreams.
Our research, projects and campaigning are key to making long-term changes to gender equality in sport. By investing in our work, you can help us to deliver projects that bring about positive outcomes for women and girls across the UK.
What could your donation buy?
- £1,000 could help to share our research into how we can increase the participation of women and girls in sport through an insight pack covering issues such as puberty, menopause, culture and diversity.
- £10,000 could help towards campaigning about the inequalities that exist within the culture of sport and how we need to ensure against unconscious bias in the sport sector.
- £25,000 could help towards supporting teenage girls to stay engaged in sport during puberty and their transition to adulthood through providing essential guidance and resources during this time.
- £35,000 could help towards giving more daughters and their dads a chance to rebuild understanding and confidence in being active in some of the most disadvantaged communities across the country.
Our current charitable foundation funders
Current funders include Sport England (Expert Partner for our Reframing Sport for Teenage Girls work, and Families Fund for the Daughters and Dads Active and Empowered project), Comic Relief (Beyond 30%), players of the People’s Postcode Lottery (Menopause, Me and Physical Activity), and Garfield Weston.
More information on partnering with Women in Sport
View our latest annual report and accounts.
Take a look at our most recent research projects and programmes with partners.
Read about our impact and the difference that we make
To speak to us about how your charitable foundation could support Women in Sport, contact us on email@example.com or 020 3137 6263