A popular female empowerment group has launched a crowdfunding campaign to support the expansion of its events and online offering.
Warrior Women Collective, which supports, empowers and celebrates women through events, content and its community, is looking to raise £5,000 to scale up its offering so that it can reach even more women across the UK.
Through the Natwest crowdfunding programme, Back Her Business, co-founders Charlie Morgan and Amy Holland have teamed up with a number of female-run businesses to offer rewards in return for financial support.
The funding will be used to expand its events to more locations, and to grow its online event offering.
Launched in 2017 with the aim of creating a space for women to share their experiences and be empowered and inspired by other like-minded women, Warrior Women Collective has grown in popularity.
Its monthly events have seen a 290% increase in attendees over the past year, with events selling out, and over 87 expert female speakers taking part so far.
This year, the duo has expanded their offering through taking their events online, launching a podcast, and scaling up their website to provide relevant, educational and inspiring content, which gives a platform to hundreds of other female founders.
Ms Morgan said:
“This year has been really exciting for us at Warrior Women Collective as we continue to diversify and develop our offering.
“We are now looking to take our vision to the next level to build Warrior Women Collective, giving a platform for women to feel inspired and grow together.
“As part of this, we are aiming to expand our events into even more locations, and to grow our online offering even further.
“To give our plans a boost, we have launched this innovative Crowdfunding campaign in a bid to raised £5,000.
“We’d urge everyone to have a look and get involved and help us to reach our goal. Those generous enough to donate, can choose from an array of invaluable rewards found through the donation page with everything from artwork to photo shoots, jewellery, and even venue hire up for grabs.
“All rewards have been kindly provided by some of our talented female business owners and entrepreneurs, and we can’t thank them enough for their support.
“Warrior Women Collective really is making strides in uniting and championing women, and highlighting the invaluable contribution of women, and female-run businesses, across all areas of society.
“With this funding we can reach even more women, and encourage them to pursue their passions, speak up and become more confident, and become part of a unique Wales-wide network unlike any other.”
To support Warrior Women Collective through its Crowdfunding campaign visit https://natwestbackherbusiness.co.uk/warrior-women-collective