Womankind is a charity. We depend entirely on the individuals, organisations and Government departments who fund us. They enable us to work with women in Africa, Asia and Latin America, giving them the ability to transform their lives.
View Womankind’s financial statements to see how supporters’ money is spent.
Donations from individuals
All kinds of people from across the UK and abroad support Womankind. Find out more about making a donation
Grants from trusts and foundations
Many of our trust supporters have been with Womankind for a long time and we greatly appreciate their loyalty. We work in partnership with them to help women transform their lives and their communities. Find out how your trust could support us
Support from companies who share our vision and values has helped Womankind improve the lives of countless women and their communities. Some of these partnerships have been long standing — such as the Body Shop who had supported Womankind in many ways for more than a decade. Find out how your company could support us
Support from community organisations and schools
Our supporters also include community organisations – from the Women’s Institute to domestic violence organisations – and schools. We appreciate all their support, whether it’s an annual donation or money raised at a fundraising event. How your community organisation or school could help
Womankind Worldwide is fortunate to have the support of a number of UK Government departments, including the Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Read more about how UK AID from the Department for International Development is helping women help themselves:
- Tackling violence against women in Peru
- Getting more women into politics and reducing the risk of HIV infection in Ghana
- Increasing women’s participation in peacebuilding in Zimbabwe
In spring 2013 we began a partnership with new crowdfunding platform Catapult. Catapult connects a new global audience directly to organizations working on the frontlines for girls and women’s rights. Since launching in October 2012 Catapult has already funded hundreds of projects worldwide. Catapult helps people use the open democracy of the web to choose girls and women’s projects closest to their hearts, and track progress and results.