It may have been 100 years since the first women got the vote but we're still far from equality. I don't want it to be another 100 years till we do.
Always wanted to support the wider community of women. It light of recent scandals, abuse and harassment affects people from all backgrounds and more common than we can tell.
Welcome to the Team Fawcett fundraising page for the International Women's Day 10k! Here you can make a donation to the whole of Team Fawcett for their 10k challenge, happening throughout March 2018.
As we mark 100 years since the vote was finally given to (some!) women in the UK, we have come so far. At the same time, there's still so far to go! I'm taking part in the International Women's Day 10k to help the Fawcett Society continue to make change happen!
I hope to make a difference for women now and women of the future. I am determined and dedicated and I believe that we can all make a difference.
As a women's social historian, I am fundraising to continue the work carried out so bravely over 100 years ago by a group of women known as the "Ladies of Ipswich".
To raise awareness and promote equality across all areas of life, including work, legal, political and social causes.
Given the year, the centenary of some women getting the vote, The Fawcett Society is a really appropriate organization to support.
When it comes to gender equality I couldn't just stand still
I'm running for Fawcett because 2018 is the year of Vote 100! #Vote100