Help raise funds
Organise fundraisers and other forms of giving.
- Fundraising lunches
- Charity auctions
- Sponsored bike rides
- Charity sales
- Charity concerts
- Christmas Carols
- Awareness-raising breakfasts
- Talks at churches with a collection
- Bake sales (with cakes made by the women)
- Nominating us for employer charity of the year
- Organising care packages for women and their children
As an independent charity, we rely solely on the kind generosity of others to help fund our work.
The list above are some of the ways our supporters help us raise the funds we need.
If you’d like to organise a fundraiser, do get in touch and tell us about what you’re planning. We’d love to hear from you and to support you.
International Women’s Day
A focal point in the movement for women’s rights, this global day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. Find out more on the International Women’s Day website.
World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
A global UN day holding governments to account in their efforts to eradicate modern slavery and trafficking and help victims rebuild their lives. The day seeks to raise public awareness, mobilise political will and resources, and celebrate and reinforce achievements of humanity. Find out more on the UN website
Feast day of St Maria Micaela
Maria Micaela founded the Sisters Adoratrices in 1856. Every year Sisters all over the world mark this special day to remember Micaela and her commitment to supporting women involved in prostitution throughout her life. Her vision and mission continues to inspire us all to carry on the work she began so many years ago. Find out more on the Sisters Adoratrices website.
International Day of Charity
Declared by the UN General Assembly in 2012 as a day to raise awareness and provide a common platform for charity-related activities all over the world, this is a day when events and fundraisers for charitable, philanthropic and volunteer organisations take place across the globe. Find out more on the UN website.
Anti-Slavery Day was created following a UK Act of Parliament in 2010. It provides for a national day to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery, and encourage government, local authorities, companies, charities and individuals to do what they can to address the problem. Find out more on the Human Trafficking Foundation website.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
This is a UN designated day to raise awareness of the reality of violence against women around the world, and highlight the scale and true nature of the issue which is often hidden. Trafficking and sexual exploitation are part of it. Find out more on the UN website.