The work we do would not be possible without the support and resources we receive from a diverse cross section of organisations and individuals who are committed to seeing positive change in the lives of adolescent girls worldwide. A special thanks to:

Featured Supporters

 

Sandeep Ahlawat is an art director at Seven Brands in Bahrain with extensive experience in print advertising, editorial and information technology. His work is inspired by the belief that great design can not just attract, but change minds - an idea close to Women Win's mission. Sandeep has supported us by designing our 2012, 2013 and 2015 Annual Reports. 

 

 

 

NoVo Foundation

NoVo Foundation

The support we receive from the NoVo Foundation allows us to develop programmes and partner with organisations focused specifically on using sport in addressing gender-based violence.

 

 

 

 U.S. Department of State

The US Department of State and the Embassy of the United States, Islamabad, Pakistan, are partnering with Women Win to strengthen people-to-people ties by developing a program that aims to empower adolescent girls in Pakistan to exercise their rights through sport.

Through workshops and sharing of best practices, the program will help build the leadership of individual sport and gender practitioners and provide organizations with the means to improve their capacity to address gender equity through sport.

 

 

Individuals

At the end of the day, it is the personal connection with our work that has fueled our resource base and initiated our support from larger organisations. If you would like to contribute to our work, please donate. If you would prefer to donate another way, please contact donate@womenwin.org.
 

In the Netherlands, Women Win has received an ANBI status from the Dutch Tax office, which means that donations to Women Win are tax deductible. In the United States, we have received a 501(C)(3) status, meaning donations are fully tax deductible. In the United Kingdom, Women Win is officially registered with the Charity Commission.