Wirral women’s charity to hold International Women’s Day event

Tomorrow’s Women (TW) is a charity led by women for women providing a safe female-only environment to women aged 18+.

TW offer a range of tools and support to women to make positive lifestyle changes. TW aim to do this by reducing the personal, social, health and economic disadvantages experienced by women through working in partnership to improve access to all relevant services and community resources.

TW offer support and guidance to women who have suffered domestic abuse, helping them recognise red flags for the future, set healthy boundaries and allow them to build confidence.

They also have solicitors within the centre who specialise in this particular area should the woman need that kind of support.

Women’s mental health and wellbeing is at the forefront of the centre, offering group support sessions in this area and also holistic approaches such as yoga and meditation. They also have a counsellor on site offering free counselling sessions.

Tomorrow’s Women Wirral are holding their annual International Women’s Day event on 8 March 12-2pm to bring women together to celebrate what it means to be a woman, how far women have come, and how much further we still have to go.

The theme of this year’s event is Inspire Inclusion which focuses on breaking gender bias and challenging stereotypes. When women themselves are inspired to be included, there’s a sense of belonging, relevance, and empowerment.

Karen Horner, CEO of Tomorrow’s Women said, “We are so excited to once again be hosting our annual International Women’s Day event. The women we support can lead difficult lives and it is really important to bring the women together to celebrate and inspire them. Lack of inclusion is a key issue and a lot of women are told they can’t achieve their goals simply due to their gender, we want to change this narrative.”

The event welcomes all women aged 18+ to come together to celebrate inspiring inclusion with stalls, speakers, activities, food and a performance from Tomorrow’s Women’s creative group.

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