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Women's Network

Part of our global movement ONE HUNDRED STRONG

We believe in a world where every girl has the power to determine her own future.

The triple threat of conflict, climate change and COVID-19 is putting girls' ability to survive, learn and be protected at risk. But there is hope for girls around the world. We are driving equality with and for girls, creating more locally-led and gender transformative ways of working to address inequality. 

Women and girls’ empowerment is key to building a more just, peaceful and sustainable future, and Save the Children is working to promote the realisation of girls’ rights through programming and advocacy work for sustainable, systemic change.

Save the Children UK's Women's Network, a chapter of our female philanthropic global movement ONE HUNDRED STRONG, brings together women who are passionate about gender equality to connect, learn, advocate and raise funds specifically to help us see more women and girls empowered around the world through the innovative Girls' Impact Fund

The Girls’ Impact Fund paves the way for a new approach to how we support girls, channelling specific funding for programmes and activities designed for, and with, girls and dedicating necessary resource to achieving our ambitions on gender equality.


Asia* child campaigner in Zanzibar

Asia*, a student from Zanzibar, is a member of her local children’s council, where she campaigns on issues affecting children and advocates for positive change. According to Asia, being in the children council has made her strong and confident through the knowledge and skills acquired helping her to achieve her life dreams.

As a young girl I was not confident enough to stand in front of people and speak, but now I do that with confidence.

I have learned and benefited a lot from these councils because it's where we, as children, get a chance discuss issues that affect us."

Asia, member of Save the Children's Children Council

Each Member:

Our members make a financial commitment to the Girls’ Impact Fund as part of their membership to the Network. This means we can put resource behind our ambitions on gender equality, dedicating money to programmes that effectuate real change for and with girls.

Our members commit to making connections to share and draw support from other individuals and companies for the network and Girls’ Impact Fund.

Our members use their individual and collective voice and platform to raise the voices of women and girls and advocate on important topics within the gender equality and girls’ empowerment space.

Membership opportunities:


Connect with incredible women who share your passion and values, and girls connected to Save the Children's work through our global reach.


Gain insight into the challenges facing women and girls, how you can help accelerate progress, and the real impact the Network is having.


Drive transformative change specifically for women and girls through the Women’s Network Girls’ Impact Fund.


Champion change for women and girls at high-level forums, working alongside senior stakeholders within the public and private sector in the UK and globally.

Our Women’s Network gives women the opportunity to leverage their voices, expertise and resources to collectively create large-scale transformational impact, together with Save the Children.​

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For more details on the Women's Network and Girls' Impact Fund, please contact us below

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