Launch of new Giving Circle: Bath Women's Fund

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Bath Women’s Fund is a new approach to philanthropy in Bath and the surrounding area launching in the city this October.

We want to invite women who live or work in and around Bath to join this new giving circle and collaborate with others interested in collective giving.  A launch event will be held this October in The Chapel at St John’s Foundation in central Bath.

How Giving Circles Work...

Giving Circles operate around the World. They work by pooling member's resources and giving to good causes.

Using this approach for the Bath Women's Fund will mean that members will:
> connect more directly with local charities;
> learn about local issues;
> share the joy of giving; and
> get involved more deeply in philanthropy and how funds are allocated to achieve the greatest
impact.

Giving Circles are also about having fun and bringing together a like-minded group of socially-aware professional women.
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Bath Women's Fund

Bath Women's Fund is run by a small group of volunteer co-founders who work in the charitable and philanthropic sector. We decided to set up Bath Women's Fund because, as the hundreds of women's giving circles around the World demonstrate, this is an initiative that works particularly well for women who want to come together and get involved in something a bit different. Of course, men are welcome to become members too!
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Launch Event

On Thursday 4th October, over fifty women gathered in The Chapel at St John's Foundation to launch the Bath Women's Fund, a new approach to philanthropy in Bath and North East Somerset through collective giving. Inspiring local female role models such as Councillor Karen Walker, Professor Carole Mundell, Amy Williams MBE, Wera Hobhouse MP and Sharron Davies MBE spoke about the power of women coming together to give and support others in their community.
Read more about the event

Get In Touch

For further information or to register your interest in attending the launch event or getting involved, please fill in the Membership Form below or contact:
Emma Beeston emma@emmabeeston.co.uk
Isobel Michael isobel@nspimpact.org.uk
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