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97% of every donation we receive goes directly to our projects empowering women and girls worldwide.

If you’re a UK taxpayer we can add 25% to the value of your gift at no extra cost to you. Either tick the Gift Aid declaration box on the online donation form, or get in touch and we will send you a Gift Aid declaration form.


Are you passionate about the rights of women and girls? Help us to implement projects which transform the lives of some of the most marginalised women and girls in the world.

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Payroll Giving is a scheme that enables you to give to any UK charity straight from your gross salary, and to receive immediate tax relief of up to £4 for every £10 donated. Because your donation is taken from your salary before tax is deducted, it costs you less to give us more.

Ask your employer how to donate through payroll. They may well already be signed up to payroll giving as an employer. If they’re not, simply send them here for more information, or get in touch with us.

Legacy Giving

By giving a gift through your will, you can help ensure the future of our work, and make a positive long term change to women’s rights worldwide. We understand that pledging a gift in your will is a personal choice. Please get in touch to discuss this way of giving with us, and to hear more about how you can make a lasting impact.

Thank you for supporting Theatre for a Change 

Join us in empowering women and girls worldwide

£5 could fund a trained HIV Counsellor in Malawi to test a participant and support them with their result through our Mobile Health Clinic.

£25 could fund an interactive theatre performance, which will allow participants to share their stories and change the attitudes of their communities.

£30 could fund a wind up or solar radio. This will allow a community listening club to tune into and take part in an interactive radio drama programme exploring issues around sexual and reproductive health.

£500 could train six facilitators and 20 female sex workers in Ghana to set up and run village saving and loans groups, increasing their economic independence.