Our sponsors and partners are willing to put their money and their brand behind Women’s Sport Trust’s efforts to create a step change in gender equality. Like the WST, they are passionate about seeing strong, visible female role models in both sport and business. You can read more about getting involved here.
Microsoft were the headline sponsor of the #BeAGameChanger Awards 2015-2017. It’s a high energy, collaborative event that is explicitly designed to encourage action and stimulate change. You can read more about the Awards and Microsoft’s involvement here.
Sport England is committed to helping people and communities across the country create sporting habits for life. This means investing in organisations and projects that will get more people playing sport and creating opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport. Sport England fund a proportion of our core costs from 2016 – 2018.
Virgin Money Giving
Virgin Money Giving and Women’s Sport Trust have partnered to launch a series of short films to inspire fundraisers to change the world, #onechallenge at a time. Find out more here.
Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications partnered with Women’s Sport Trust to launch an innovative campaign which would increase the visibility of female athletes and women’s sports, whilst also challenging the way in which female athletes are portrayed in imagery. Find out more here.
England Rugby is partnering with the Women’s Sport Trust for their Onside campaign. The campaign is aimed at engaging men and boys as role models to speak up and take action to support women and girls in sport. Read more here.
Our #BeAGameChanger Awards 2017 sponsors