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Corporate Partnerships


Our partners make it possible to create significant and lasting change that we otherwise would not be able to achieve. To learn more about partnership opportunities please email Alix McAtee at amcatee@womenforwomen.org.

Bloomberg Philanthropies – Since 2008, Bloomberg Philanthropies has supported marginalized women in sub-Saharan Africa to gain new job skills, basic business training, life skills and a support network. Bloomberg Philanthropies is currently supporting innovative workforce training for women in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Charlotte Tilbury – Since 2014, renowned make-up artist and Women for Women International ambassador Charlotte Tilbury has been helping women survivors of war rebuild their lives. In 2016, Charlotte Tilbury launched the first Hot Lips lipstick collection in aid of our work. $2 from the sale of every lipstick sold, during the first two months of sales, was donated to Women for Women International. Charlotte Tilbury has continued to support our work by donating 15% of all online sales on Giving Tuesday, sponsoring sisters through our year-long training program and participating in our London based fundraising event, the #SheInspiresMe Car Boot Sale. In 2019, Charlotte Tilbury pledged to donate £1 million from the sales of the Hot Lips 2 collection! The beauty DNA of icons like Amal Clooney, Kylie Minogue and Sofia Vergara has inspired the collection which is packaged in beautifully designed refillable cases. Thanks to this pledge, we will be able to bring our transformational year-long training program to new areas and pioneer innovative ways of working with women survivors of war that make an even bigger difference to their lives and their families.

Slip® – Slip®is a category-leading silk brand recommended by dermatologists, hair stylists and beauty experts. In 2022, slip® donated an incredible £100,000 to our work with women survivors of war, sending a powerful message of solidarity to women living in some of the world’s most fragile settings. The slip® team also participated in our 2022 #SheInspiresMe Lunch and hosted their own boot at our 2022 #SheInspiresMe Car Boot Sale, raising additional funds and awareness for our vital programs. We are so grateful for slip®’s continued support that allows us to reach more women who have been affected by the devastating effects of conflict.

Jimmy Choo – Established in 1996, Jimmy Choo is a global luxury brand with an empowered sense of glamour and a playfully daring spirit. Following their participation in NET-A-PORTER’s International Women’s Day collection, The Jimmy Choo Foundation committed to a partnership with Women for Women International. Comprising of an annual company donation, employee engagement programme and a series of bespoke brand activations, the partnership raises vital funds for marginalised women affected by conflict. Since 2020 the company has donated over £400,000, helping women survivors of war to become successful entrepreneurs and inspire hope for the future.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation Hyatt Hotels Corporation supports a four-year partnership to help provide women training in Women for Women International’s global programs.  Hyatt’s investment is rooted in their long-term commitment to women – to better serve its female guests and to foster and support career opportunities for its female associates. Women@Hyatt, the business resource group that connects female associates from around the globe, will be tapped to fuel engagement and participation among all levels of the organization.

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