The latest from Rosa

Rosa invests almost £50,000 in women’s organisations across the country through Voices from the Frontline

Rosa, the only UK-wide Fund for Women and Girls has invested £49,753 in 18 projects across the UK through the third round of the pioneering Voices from the Frontline programme.

Grants include £2,800 to The Parliament Project which aims to encourage women to run for political office in the UK; £2,500 to the Good Night Out Campaign, an organisation working to change how licensed organisations deal with gendered violence and sexual harassment; and £2,950 to Yorkshire Sound Women to lobby the music industry to campaign for better opportunities for women.

Voices from the Frontline has been made possible with contributions from Visa Europe, Liberty Corporate Finance, Cummins and individual donors.

To date, the Voices from the Frontline programme has invested £134,203 in 62 women’s organisations across the country.

Organisations being funded by the third round of Voices from the Frontline:


Organisation Name Local Area Amount Awarded 
The Motherhood Plan Community Interest Company Manchester £2,000
Young Women’s Trust London £2,500
ECYPS – Enfield Children & Young People’s Services London £3,000
Dynamic Support of Greater Manchester Greater Manchester £3,000
Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation London £3,000
Self Injury Support Bristol £3,000
Yorkshire Sound Women Kirklees £2,950
Safe and Sound Dorset Bournemouth £3,000
Anawim Birmingham £1,656
Equation Nottingham £2,960
Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland Newcastle upon Tyne £3,000
Sistah Space London £2,500
Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Support Service (A project of Splitz Support Service) Wiltshire £3,000
La Dolce Vita Project Derry and Strabane £3,000
SafeLives Bristol £3,000
EqualiTeach CIC Hungtingdonshire £2,887
Good Night Out Campaign CIC London £2,500
The Parliament Project London £2,800