Rosa is a charitable fund set up to support initiatives that benefit women and girls in the UK. Because, while many women and girls here do enjoy freedom of choice and the opportunity for success in their lives, that’s simply not true for all. Our vision is of equality and justice for all women and girls in the UK.
Rosa supports projects under four priority areas that underpin our work
“WIBF members themselves voted to support Rosa this year from a shortlist of charities. There is a natural fit between our organisations, as we both work to benefit women and girls in the UK.”
“Refuge is delighted to receive a grant from Rosa – The UK Fund for Women and Girls. This grant will enable Refuge to continue to improve the support we provide to our service users who have survived or are at risk of FGM.”
‘I would be honoured to be an ambassador for Rosa. As the father of girls, I am all for championing their interests.”
“I am very pleased to support a new and pioneering organisation like Rosa and wish you all the best in leading and influencing social change for women and girls in the UK.”
“Tackling the issues that face women is of vital importance and Rosa’s measured and targeted approach will no doubt have an enormous impact.”
“For those of use working to raise the profile of women trafficked against their own free will into the UK for sexual exploitation, Rosa is very welcome. I wish Rosa every success and look forward to joining with her on crucial campaigns.”
“The vote’s been won, but the struggle continues. Rosa supports the women who battle today’s injustices and is needed more than ever.”
I have always got excited about fairness and am surprised that while some things have definitely improved for women others have got worse. So proud to be able to support Rosa in their pioneering work to make feeling safe available to everybody.
“We’re delighted to be partnering with L’Occitane for the second year on the La Flamme de Marie Claire campaign in the UK.
Being able to support the education, empowerment and development of vulnerable girls and young women is something we care passionately about at Marie Claire so we are honoured to be partnering with the excellent charity Rosa for 2017.”