ABOUT US

As a volunteer led registered charity, we help women find better lives by building their self-confidence and skill sets.  They can then challenge any barriers that prevent them from volunteering, finding a job, getting promotion or running a business.

We do this through free or low cost grant funded workshops, training, coaching, seminars,  conferences and on-line support.  We also work with organisations to help them be the best they can be in creating an environment where women can thrive.  We can provide tailored support to them and their workforce.

  • Our goal is to deliver more support to women and, in East Sussex, to open a 5-days a week female friendly drop-in centre in Eastbourne where women can get individual advice and support from trained empathic staff and volunteers.
  • Our goal is to run regular surgeries at the Centre on topics women have requested – all delivered in a way that acknowledges the issues women are facing and supports their emotional needs.Our goal is to set up a network of women who can support us with this work.
  • Our goal is to set up a network of women and organisations who can support us with this work

Our Activity

We are raising awareness about the issues women face

Fundraising

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

Volunteering

Do you want to be inspired or inspire others? Maybe you want to share a skill or learn a new one. Find out more about our volunteer scheme

Help & Support

From group workshops to 121 coaching, from seminars to conferences we can help you overcome the barriers preventing you from succeeding. Find out more

Volunteers

Our volunteers have great fun making new friends

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Mary Cox

Introducing our ad-hoc Chrismas choir

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Ann and Mediha

Getting ready for the conference

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Rebecca Jarrett

Workshop facilitator

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Jemma Weston

Treasurer

Inspiring women inspiring other women

Become a part of our mutual support community

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