We’re super-inspired to connect with innovative and emerging charitable leaders, to support the initiatives that can positively impact the world – we hope you are too. Join us on 13 May from 7pm for a digital event to raise funds and awareness for three charities empowering women across the UK.
Set up to empower the next generation of giving, 10×10 has run 99 events worldwide since its founding in 2013. In the UK, we’ve been running since 2017, putting on 12 volunteer run events, supporting 36 grassroots nonprofits and raising over £200,000.
So, how does it all work? It’s pretty simple really; all you have to do is:
- Pledge to attend
- Turn up on 13 May for the Digital Event
- You’ll see 3 amazing charities pitch in a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style event
- Vote for the organisations you want your pledge to support
- Maybe bid on an auction item, pledge to volunteer, or just have a great evening in support of a great cause!
Meet the 10x10 London Project Committee
We’re so excited to welcome our Dragon for Good, Cathryn Higgs, and magician extraordinaire, Chris Wall, joining us for the evening!
Please sign up and pledge to join us in support of three organisations:
Sophie Hayes Foundation
Women for Refugee Women
All the money you pledge to attend will be allocated to the organisations according to your votes.
We know the past year has been tough for everyone, but these organisations are struggling to survive financially while also buckling under the pressure of increased demand. Your support has never mattered more.
You’ll receive your invitation to attend the digital event after making a pledge. Click here to make a pledge.
We have scoured the UK for three, amazing, grassroots organisations that are working to empower women across the UK. You can find out more about the organisations we’re supporting below.
Savera UK campaign to eliminate ‘honour’-based abuse and harmful practices and provide life-saving services to those at risk in the UK, including forced marriage and female genital mutilation.
Savera UK have supported hundreds of clients out of abusive environments into their Savera – meaning ‘new beginning’. They help survivors rebuild their lives by providing emotional and practical support, helping them to gain economic independence, speak out to challenge harmful attitudes and deliver training to raise awareness of harmful practices.
The Sophie Hayes Foundation’s mission is to provide independence through employability for women survivors of human trafficking. The Foundation supports women survivors of human trafficking & modern slavery to achieve complete and sustainable freedom.
They provide and adhere to best practices in coaching, facilitation and training to renew survivor confidence, purpose, and employability. The Foundation also provides workshops, coaching, access to vocational work placements, internships, volunteer opportunities, training, and formal education.
Women for Refugee Women empower refugee and asylum-seeking women to speak out, become leaders and advocate for change. Through English lessons, drama and other activities, they support women to build their confidence and skills. Their network helps to combat the isolation faced by women seeking asylum and provide opportunities for refugee women to speak to the media and at public events.
Women for Refugee Women also publish robust research on the experiences of refugee women with policy makers to make the case for a fairer asylum process.
Thank you to our generous sponsors – without them this event would not be possible.
Looking for a way to get more meaningfully involved with your community?
Here’s how you can get involved with Savera UK, The Sophie Hayes Foundation and Women for Refugee Women.