We're here to help at The WayfinderWoman Trust. Run by women, for women we help those who are feeling anxious and uncertain about themselves or their future. By building their self confidence and skills they then are able to challenge any barriers that face them in finding a better life.Get involved
From group workshops to 121 coaching, from seminars to conferences, online or in person via our drop-in advice hub, we can help you overcome the barriers preventing you from succeeding.
Our help and support is either free or low cost but we can only do that with grants and fundraising. Join us in helping to raise those important and potentially life-changing funds.
1:30pm - 3:00pm
A chance for female entrepreneurs to find the winning spark
8:00am - 5:00pm
To be confirmed
Details and time of this event are yet to be confirmed but keep the date in your diary.
7:00pm - 9:00pm
To be confirmed
Details of this event are yet to be confirmed but keep the date in your diary
Workshop recovery programme
The pandemic has had a major impact on everyone. None more so than the women we support. They have been disproportionately affected by job cuts and bearing increased responsibilities in the home. We were badly affected too with nearly two year's worth of fundraising lost and funders pairing their giving. Yet our work continues with increased demands. Women come to us crippled with anxiety and looking for help with finding food, finding jobs, finding a way forward.
We can offer that support but need to raise £5,031 to provide eight professionally facilitated workshops over the next 12 months in accessible venues. That could help more than 100 women get jobs, be able to stand up to those who take advantage of them, to transform their lives. Will you help? Make a donation now and in the comments box tell us it is for the workshop recovery programme.Donate Now
We were mentioned in November’s issue of the BBC History Magazine. We wrote in as a response to an article on Workhouses bemoaning the lack of women mentioned.
We launched Women in Lockdown: stories by and about women during Covid-19 at Eastbourne's Town Hall at a packed event and to great applause. This anthology of stories has even made its way onto the BBC News.
What a night! On 10 November HM Lord-Lieutenant, Mr Andrew Blackman along with Deputy Lieutenant Juliet Smith, presented WayfinderWoman with the Queens Award for Voluntary Service at a packed Assembly Hall in Eastbourne's Town Hall.
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