Women Thrive Fund

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Aims and activities

Aims and questions

The Women Thrive Fund is a £1.9million fund delivered as a partnership between Rosa and Smallwood Trust, with funding from the Government’s Tampon Tax Fund.

The fund was set up to respond to reports from women’s and girls’ organisations that declining mental health, increased risk of emotional trauma and increased poverty levels are their biggest concerns for women and girls across the UK.

The fund was launched in February 2021 and awarded grants to 70 women and girls’ organisations in August 2021.

Developing really trusting relationships throughout the process means we have been able to successfully navigate any practical issues.

Anna Jarvis
Head of Grants, Rosa

How to get involved

To explore opportunities for funder collaboration supporting women and girls, please contact Anna Jarvis at Rosa or Emma Crump at Smallwood Trust.

Who's involved

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