Our Volunteer Network around the UK
Our network of volunteer branches are essential in helping us to raise funds and awareness across the UK. Many of the branches run programmes of events, some of which are open to the general public, some only to members. Brief details of each branch are given below,if you would like to find out more, or are interested in setting up a fundraising group in your own area then please do get in touch.
For all branch and fundraising group enquiries please contact Sophie on 020 3697 6346 or email email@example.com
The Birmingham Branch has two co-chairs linking the local community and the Birmingham Women's Hospital. The group works actively within the local community and also with staff at head office by linking us to businesses and organisations in the Midlands.read more
Brighton & Hove Branch are a friendly, active branch who run a number of events throughout the year.
Not all events are open to the general public and are often held in the homes of the branch members. read more
The Cambridge Branch has held a number of events over the past few years and have also been helpful in creating and fostering contacts with the local business and educational communities in Cambridge itself. They are best known for their annual Cambridge Lunch.read more
The Doncaster Branch is run by the brilliant Jan Wildgoose. Since the end of 2012 they have held a number of successful events including two Tennis Ladies Lunches.
The East Hampshire Branch's signature event, the annual Garden & Gift Fair, has become such a by-word for excellence amongst enthusiastic gardeners that it has even featured in the Saturday Telegraph magazine!
The branch do much more than just gardening and some information on a typical programme of events is given below. read more
The East Riding Branch (Yorkshire) are based around Cottingham, Beverley and Hull and hold a number of events throughout the year.
They have previously been honoured to be the charity partner at the Hull and East Riding Asian Cultural Association's Annual Cultural Evening.read more
The Edinburgh Branch are a lively branch with a strong committee and a good programme of events.
Beyond events they also fly the flag for Wellbeing of Women in Scotland. They hold very successful Purple Lunches with high-profile speakers such as former patron Sarah Brown, and the Vice-Chair of the charity, Eve Pollard. read more
The Great Yarmouth Branch are a very active branch holding events throughout the year. Great Yarmouth continuously hold the most diverse events throughout the year that include Greyhound Racing nights, Strawberry Lunches, and self-sponsored walks with so much enthusiasm. read more
The Jersey Branch hold one event a year - their annual Golf Tournament - but this is more than enough to make them a really successful branch.read more
The Leeds Branch was established in 2012. They have already held successful events and have formed some exciting partnerships with local organisations in Leeds.read more
The Lincoln Branch offer much more than events previously members have spoken at the WoW Show and the Always Envive Incontinence event in 2009.read more
The Northern Ireland Branch are an incredibly active branch and are very creative in their ideas for fundraising.
They have a varied programme of events as well as other fundraising initiatives, including a ball they hold every other year. read more
The North Yorkshire Branch are based around York and Selby and are a great example of a branch prepared to try new things!read more
The Nottingham Branch is run by Halimah Khaled and Sue Thornton who tirelessly work for Wellbeing of Women, raising both money and awareness. read more
The Ringwood Branch in Hampshire was set up in 2013 by Pat Pierce. They are the most recent addition to the Wellbeing of Women branch family and we wish them the best of luck.read more
The Scarborough Branch have lots of energy and like all our branches are always determined to raise funds for Wellbeing of Women. read more
The Sheffield Branch was the first branch ever established for Wellbeing of Women (way back in the days when the charity was called Birthright). The wonderful committee not only raise funds and awareness for the charity but also provide us with a helpful link to its past history.read more
The South Hampshire Branch are based around the Romsey, Eastleigh, Chandlers Ford area of Hampshire and usually run a number of fundraising events throughout the year. read more
The Wealden Branch are a very active and friendly branch, frequently liaising with the other volunteer branches in the South East and often supporting events in London. They regularly field a team of runners for various challenge running events plus they also know how to throw a lovely summer strawberry lunch!read more
The Wimbledon Branch is led by long-time Wellbeing of Women supporter Moji Walmsley. With strong links to the community in Wimbledon, the branch also support a number of London Events.read more