Sponsors & partners

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. Our sponsors’ support is crucial in enabling us to give away the grants which will make a tangible difference to women’s sport.
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Microsoft

Microsoft are the headline sponsor for the Women’s Sport Trust flagship event, the #BeAGamechanger Awards that will take place on May 14th 2015 on London’s South Bank. On the night there will be an audience of 300 influential individuals comprising elite athletes, journalists, businesspeople, politicians, sports leaders and grassroots influencers. The Awards are designed to recognise those individuals and organisations that are doing the most to progress women’s sport and gender equality. Read more here.

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“As a new brand we’re incredibly proud to have linked with a dynamic young charity, the Women’s Sport Trust (WST), with 10% of net profits from activbod sales being used by the charity for projects that will bring parity to women’s sport including increasing the profile of female sporting role models.” Read more here.

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BT Sport is building on its investment in women’s sport by becoming a media partner of leading charity, the Women’s Sport Trust. Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “We have been committed to delivering high quality coverage of women’s sport since our inception, including the Clare Balding Show, the WTA women’s tennis tour and the FA Women’s Super League. So we are delighted to partner the Women’s Sport Trust – whose goals are very much aligned to our own in the this area.” Read more here.

matrixMatrix 

Matrix Fitness have reinforced its work to bring parity to women’s sport by announcing a partnership with the Women’s Sport Trust charity. Commenting on his organisation’s decision to partner with the Women’s Sport Trust, Jon Johnston, Managing Director of Matrix Fitness, said: “We have long been passionate advocates for changing the landscape in sport in order bring equality for women in terms of media exposure, funding and opportunities to compete. The work of Women’s Sport Trust is very much aligned with our own ambitions and we have been incredibly impressed with the progressive, dynamic attitude of this young charity. We’re very excited about what we might be able to achieve together.” Read more here.

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Hubworking

“Providers of affordable conference and meeting room hire, Hubworking are proud to sponsor the Women’s Sport Trust supporting their efforts not for just showing that women athletes deserve the same recognition as the men athletes, but for also recognising the benefits that sport brings: building confidence, social skills, physical and mental well-being as well as developing life skills.”