Be visible and vocal in improving the lives of women and girls
Current trajectory predicts 135 years before global gender equity is reached.
We urgently need this to change.
WOW is the fast-growing global movement for gender equity, building a strong, independent network of leaders and festivals for change across the world.
We are both loud-speaker and catalyst, changing the volume and nature of conversations about gender and refusing to be ignored.
Three million people have taken part in WOW festivals in thirty cities across six continents and growing. There is so much more to do.
Be visible and vocal in improving the lives of women, girls and non-binary people. We can help your company be at the forefront of this change in the following ways:
- Profile: Align your company with our fast-growing, global WOW brand currently operating in thirty cities across six continents
- Presence: Be part of high-profile platforms on gender equity and at the forefront of ideas and solutions
- Reach: Three million people have attended WOW festivals around the world. Our reach and brand recognition is powerful and growing.
- Impact: Support leadership pipelines; crack open urgent discussions; demonstrate commitment to the issue; offer solution-focused contributions
- DEI: Tangible and demonstrable commitment and contribution to furthering equity within society as well as within your company
- Workplace: Inspiring opportunities for staff to actively contribute and get involved
WOW is a small, independent charity achieving global reach and making real difference to the lives of women, girls and non-binary people, through the work of a small, committed and creative team of people. Our aim is to keep building our activities until WOW - Women of the World is a byword for any girl and women to feel visible, connected, confident and able to achieve their full potential.
Partner with us and support our work - lets shout louder together.
To find out more and arrange an introductory conversation, please contact Ndi Ekanem at Ndi@thewowfoundation.com
We don’t have it yet.
What will it look like? What will it feel like?
We MUST allow ourselves to imagine.
There’s work to be done.