We are the only UK charity funding all of women's reproductive and gynaecological health
"Just a Period"
You don't have to accept severe pain or heavy bleeding. Find out more about our campaign for better menstrual health and read other people's stories about their periods.
We’re funding vital research to find new cures, tests and treatments to save and change the lives of women, girls and babies.
Changing and saving lives by improving awareness and understanding of women's reproductive and gynaecological health
Help us raise awareness, tackle stigma and influence decision-makers to improve women's health.
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Whatever way you’d like to fundraise, from taking on a challenge to organising your own event, there’s lots of fun ways to support us.
Whether you’re looking to attend a health talk, have lunch with a bestselling author or join a community activity, we’ve got events for everyone.
We work with companies, brands and organisations of all sizes. Together, we’re putting women’s health at the top of the agenda.
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Your donation will help us to:
- invest in ground-breaking research to find the next breakthrough in women's health
- give women and their families vital health information
- campaign to change the future for women, girls and babies.
Please give generously. Thank you.
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HRH The Duchess of Edinburgh joins menstrual health workshop in London school
The Duchess of Edinburgh today joined a workshop for young people about menstrual health issues showcasing work by Wellbeing of Women, a charity that she is patron of.
New women's health priorities a positive step - but more funding needed
Wellbeing of Women welcomes the announcement of key priorities to improve women's health from the Health Secretary, but is calling for more investment across the life-course.