There are lots of ways that organisations can partner with Wen. From sponsoring events, choosing Wen as a 1% for the Planet partner, donating products to use for workshops and events. Or by volunteering your time and skills. Read on to find out more:
1% FOR THE PLANET
1% for the Planet is a global movement inspiring businesses and individuals to support environmental solutions through annual memberships and everyday actions.
Choosing Wen as your 1% for the Planet partner is not just about helping financially. We hope to build lasting relationships with our partners, both sharing knowledge and skills but also giving opportunities to learn more about our work and getting involved in our community projects.
“Wen, like all charities, is special. It particularly resonates with The Leadership Coaches as we love to see potential fulfilled especially amongst groups who have previously been marginalised. Wen’s work in the communities, from helping women set up self-sufficient community food growing spaces, to challenging the impact on the environment of period products through their ‘Environmenstrual’ campaign, all link with two of our own key-value areas – helping exceptional talent through opportunity, whilst serving the world around us in a kinder way. We are delighted to be partnered and look forward to helping through both actions and financial support.”
– Zoe Lewis, Director of Coaching, The Leadership Coaches – 1% for the Planet partner
Kate Metcalf, Co-director, Wen and Zoe Lewis, Director of Coaching, The Leadership Coaches at Wen Forum in June 2022
Find out more about our 1% for the planet partners:
Opportunities for partners’ to hold a team volunteering day at Limborough Food Hub and community garden in Mile End, East London.
SPONSOR A WEN EVENT
The Wen Forum was launched in January 2017. These events feature guest speakers, a question and answer session and networking and refreshments.
Sponsoring a Wen event is a great opportunity for an organisation or business to align themselves with Wen’s values of feminism, environmental sustainability, participatory principles and social responsibility.