We’ve just launched our 100,000 Women Campaign, ahead of International Women’s Day, and are now officially on our way towards directly supporting over 100,000 more women entrepreneurs in low and middle income countries by 2022!

Last week saw our Campaign launch event in Davos, alongside the World Economic Forum, and featured a message of support from Hillary Rodham Clinton. So how can you get involved? Whether you’re eager to support the Campaign as an individual or as a company, here are five key actions you can take…

1 – Donate
We can only reach another 100,000 women and their families and communities through generous donations. With our wide range of individual and corporate giving options to suit everyone, help our Campaign get off to the strongest start possible by donating today!

2 – Become a partner organisation
We are dedicated to partnering with companies and institutions all over the globe. Click here for more information on becoming a strategic partner and helping us deliver our work.

3 – Join our Global Campaign Board
Your support has the potential to take us further! Our Founder, Cherie Blair, is convening a Global Campaign Board of visionary volunteers who will help drive the Campaign. Find out more hereabout this important team.

4 – Spread the word
Voicing your support for the Campaign is valuable: retweet or share our announcement tweet or LinkedIn post.

5 – Let us keep you updated
If you’d like to stay up-to-date on how our Campaign progresses, sign up to receive updates here, or get in touch with us directly.

We’re so excited to have launched our vital new campaign with such a flying start, and hope you’ll be there with us to see it through. If you’re interested in giving to our Campaign or joining our Global Campaign Board, or would just like some further information, you can contact partnerships@cherieblairfoundation.org or +44 (0) 207 724 3109.

Thank you – stay tuned!


Image: Cherie Blair with Global Campaign Board Latin America Chair Beatriz Gasca at the Davos launch of the 100,000 Women Campaign

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