To build a brighter future for all,
invest in women and young girls
We are a community of diverse passionate individuals together we support the educational, economic, social development and mental wellness of women from the ethnic minority with a focus on South Asian and Middle Eastern women and young girls.
We provide a range of community services and programmes to support vulnerable, marginalized women experiencing multiple social and economic disadvantages. We support women experiencing domestic abuse, mental health and those affected by the criminal justice system.
We provide holistic programmes in Mental Wellness, Skills Development, Income Generation and Entrepreneurship
Our aim is to help women on their journey to heal from past trauma and build their lives to become financially independent and live a life of dignity without violence and suppression.
HELP US TO HELP THEM
SHEWISE Women Domestic Abuse Service (SWDAS) offers a person-centered, holistic range of support services to women suffering from domestic abuse
Heal Your Self get's women mindfully living a life of mental and emotional wellbeing
Skills Development Programmes help women to develop interpersonal and vocational skills to improve their chances of employment
A work experience and work placement programme helps women into empolyment in an industry of their choice
Entrepreneurship training helps women to develop fundamental concepts of business startup and business growth, increasing their chance of running a successful business
Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Economic Abuse
SHEWISE Breaking Barriers For BAME Women
Empowering and investing in women and young girls is part of the global solution for us all, now and in the future.
They talk about a glass ceiling for women. I talk about Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority women facing a double-glazed, triple glazed, black glass ceiling which is even more difficult to break through.
“Those in positions of power need to do more to break down barriers for Black, Asian and Ethnic
Minority Women,” Chwarae Teg
Empowering Women Economically through Skills and Workforce Development
Urgent Support Needed
90% of Charities have been hard hit due to the Pandemic.
We face a huge battle in continuing to provide our support services to women facing multiple challenges in their daily lives.
We urgently need your help. Without your generous donations, we can not provide our one-to-one support services to women and girls. Please help us to help them.
A donation of £10 per month or just a one-time donation can change a woman's life.
Without regular funding, the work cannot continue.
We help marginalized vulnerable women to recognize their potential and give them the opportunities to lead a life of financial independence and dignity.
For many ethnic minority women language, cultural barriers, and social isolation prevent them from accessing skills to further their careers.
Our bilingual one-to-one, face to face and online training is a gateway for women to be self-sufficient.
By simply sponsoring a woman to attend our income generation programme, you will help a woman to develop the necessary skills she needs to exit the cycle of poverty.
Statically ethnic women workforce is largely unskilled. Skills development is a key to improving employability and income-earning opportunities for women as it is the bridge between job, workforce, and prosperity
Giving access to skills development training and capital for income generation activities enables them to better support their families and grants them a greater degree of autonomy in their lives.
Our training programmes enhance the livelihood opportunities for women who are in a disadvantageous position and have limited exposure to technical skills and knowledge.
"I am truly grateful to SHEWISE for providing me with an opportunity to kickstart my business directly in a retail environment, something which I would never have achieved on my own."
"If it weren't for these guys I won't have food for me to survive."
"Two days of Income generation programme with training gave me the opportunity of a lifetime."