Our members

  • 361 Life Support


    100% user led organisation providing 361 Recovery and 361 Sober programmes to survivors of domestic abuse. Winners of the Marsh award 2020 for Innovative Peer support. We ask society – victim, survivor, what lies beyond?

  • Act Now Creative Training


    We are a team of associated creative trainers, facilitators and arts practitioners, based in Cardiff, Wales, with a collective 120 years’ experience and successful work in the arts. We want to share the unique and valuable processes that we use in the arts to empower people to create confidence and success.

  • Action for Asperger’s Wales


    The charitable service has two main aims:

    The first is to counsel and emotionally support anyone aged 3 years and upwards that has a formal or suspected diagnosis of autism, autism spectrum or Asperger’s syndrome and who is going through a difficult time. Often the mainly neurologically typical world can be experienced as abrasive and harsh by the autistic individual and getting understanding and support for these hurt feelings is essential to healing.

    The second aim, but no less important, is to counsel and emotionally support anyone who is in a close relationship with an autistic individual; for example, if you are a parent and find that you are having to frequently advocate for your child to educators that are not “autism aware” can feel stressful and draining.

  • Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales


    National Museum

  • Atal Y Fro


    Atal y Fro – helping families break the cycle of domestic violence and abuse.

  • Autistic Women’s Empowerment Project


    The Awe project is a peer lead network  for Autistic Women around the UK. Founded by Autistic Women for Autistic Women. We are just Autistic Women who are reaching out to others who know and understand and together we are developing circles of support.

  • Bangor Women’s Aid



    Bawso is the lead organisation in Wales providing practical and emotional support to black minority ethnic (BME) and migrant victims of domestic abuse, sexual violence, human trafficking, Female Genital Mutilation and forced marriage. Our vision is of a future when all people in Wales are free from abuse, violence and exploitation.

  • BHF Cymru


    340,000 people in Wales are living with the daily burden of heart and circulatory disease. We want to beat heartbreak for Wales by continuing to fund life saving research into heart and circulatory diseases to find better ways of diagnosing, treating and ultimately curing them.

  • Brook


    Established for nearly 60 years, Brook is the UK’s leading sexual health and wellbeing charity for young people. We expanded our education services into Wales in 2019 and are able to provide relationships and sexuality education (RSE) for children and young people, training for professionals on a wider range of topics, and provide accessible digital information/resources at www.brook.org.uk.

  • Calan DVS


    Calan Domestic Violence Services provides a range of specialists services to support individuals & families experiencing domestic abuse in Neath Port Talbot, Bridgend, Brecon, Radnor and Amman Valley.

  • Carers Wales


    Carers Wales wants a society that respects, values and supports carers.

    Our mission is to make life better for carers.
    – We listen.
    – We give expert advice, information and support.
    – We connect carers so no-one has to care alone.
    – We campaign together for lasting change.
    – We innovate to find new ways to reach and support carers.

  • Cartrefi Cymru


    Cartrefi Cymru Co-op is a not for profit organisation. We mainly support people with learning disabilities in Wales. We are an innovative organisation that encourages the people we support, its employees and members of the community to be in control of one of Wales’ largest support providers. We celebrate everyone’s contribution. We build community. We co-operate.

  • Centenary Action Group


    The Centenary Action Group (CAG) is a cross-party campaigning coalition convened by Helen Pankhurst and represents over 100 activists, politicians and women’s rights organisations. CAG was established in 2018, 100 years since some women gained the right to vote, to eradicate the barriers that prevent a diverse range of women from taking part in the decisions that affect their lives.

  • Chwarae Teg


    Working towards a fairer Wales where women achieve and prosper.

  • Citizens Advice Swansea Neath Port Talbot


    Citizens Advice Swansea Neath Port Talbot provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to anyone about anything.
    Our Aims are to provide the advice people need for the problems they face and to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives.
    We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.

  • Cletwr


    Cletwr is owned and run by the community.
    We’re a not-for -profit organisation set up to bring the community together to safeguard vital facilities and services in this rural area.

  • Community Energy Wales


    Community Energy Wales is a not for profit membership organisation that has been set up to provide assistance and a voice to community groups working on energy projects in Wales. We want to help create the conditions in Wales that allow community energy projects to flourish, and communities to prosper.

  • Curtins


    Curtins are an award winning, leading consultancy working within the built environment. With a rich heritage that spans nearly 60 years, we are well known for our work as civil and structural engineers.

  • DASU North Wales


    Providing specialised services across Flintshire, Wrexham, Colwyn and Denbigh
    ​Mission Statement: The Domestic Abuse Safety Unit provides informed, confidential, quality services that value and respect survivors of domestic abuse.

  • Datblygiadau Egni Gwledig (DEG)


    DEG is an award-winning social enterprise supporting community led action across northwest Wales. We aim to increase our area’s ability to cope with the rising cost of fossil fuels and improve our natural environment whilst supporting communities transition to zero carbon.

  • Derwen Accountancy


    Situated in Pontyclun, we are an independent chartered accountancy practice which offers a friendly and proactive service, utilising our wealth of experience. We tailor our approach to each client’s individual needs by firstly getting to understand them and their organisation, as well as their personal and business goals. Our goal is to help your business grow by providing a high level of service.

  • Disability Wales


    Disability Wales is the national association of Disabled People’s Organisations striving to achieve rights, equality & independent living of disabled people in Wales.

    DW promotes the adoption & implementation of the Social Model of Disability, which identifies that it is environmental, organisational, and attitudinal barriers that disable people and prevent their full participation in society.

  • Diverse Cymru


    Diverse Cymru is a unique Welsh charity committed to supporting people faced with inequality and discrimination because of: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation

  • ERS Cymru


    The Electoral Reform Society Cymru operates on a simple premise – that politics can be better than it is. We are campaigning for a better democracy in Wales, and across the UK.

  • Ethnic Youth Support Team (EYST) Wales


    Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team was set up in 2005 by a group of ethnic minority young people in Swansea.

    It aimed to fill a gap in provision for young BME people aged 11-25 by providing a targeted, culturally sensitive and holistic support service to meet their needs.

    Since then, EYST has expanded its mission and vision to also meet the needs of BME young people, families and individuals including refugees and asylum-seekers living in Wales. It does this through the provision of a wide range of services including education, employment, health, family support and community safety. We also aim to challenge and counter negative stereotypes about ethnic diversity and to increase awareness and understanding about the diverse communities who live in Wales, improving community cohesion.

  • Fertility Network UK


    Over 3.5 million people in the UK go through some kind of fertility challenge.

    Nobody should struggle alone.

    Whether you’re trying to conceive, going through treatment, or living without children, we’re here to help you.

    We know there’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to fertility, so that’s why we offer a wide range of resources and support.

  • FOR Cardiff


    Representing Cardiff city centre businesses through the delivery of projects and campaigns that enhance the experience of Wales’ capital.

  • FTWW: Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales


    Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales (FTWW) is the only patient-led third sector voluntary organisation in Wales dedicated solely to women’s health equality. We support, inform, educate, and advocate for girls and women in Wales who are suffering a range of health conditions and who are not receiving adequate (or fair) treatment.

  • Gee Communications


    Based in Wales, working for the Welsh community and beyond!
    Gee Communications Ltd offers a wide range of services from Design and Installation to Maintenance and Technical support, which allows us to provide a one stop shop to our customers.

  • Girls Friendly Society


    Girls Friendly Society – providing opportunities for girls & young women to develop their self-esteem, emotional wellbeing and resilience since 1875.

  • Gwynedd Domestic Abuse Service

  • Hafan Cymru


    Hafan Cymru is a charitable housing association that provides accommodation and support to women, men, their children and young people across Wales. We offer a holistic approach to the provision of support for women, men and families with a wide range of needs – including those who are homeless, have experienced domestic abuse (including physical, sexual or psychological abuse); are recovering their mental health, individuals with substance misuse issues and ex-offenders. We aim to ensure our clients can maintain themselves in an independent home within the community.

    Our schemes vary in nature, we can provide supported housing, support in your own home, refuge and a range of projects and programmes. In all cases, those we support are encouraged to help themselves and learn new life skills. Each person receiving support has an individually tailored package of support that meets their needs and this enables people to develop the skills and confidence needed to achieve independence from services. Our Moving On project provides access to training, education and employment.

  • Health Education and Improvement Wales


    Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is dedicated to transforming the workforce for a healthier Wales. We are a Special Health Authority within NHS Wales and sit alongside Health Boards and Trusts.

    We have a leading role in the education, training, development, and shaping of the healthcare workforce in Wales, in order to ensure high-quality care for the people of Wales.

  • Holos Education


    Holos Education is a partnership that bridges the gap between formal and informal education; providing workforce development, consultancy and youth and family outreach services. Our practice brings together the person-centred philosophy of the youth & community sector with the qualifications and skills focus of the formal learning sector.

  • Honno


    The longest-standing independent women’s press in the UK

  • ieie Productions


    ie ie productions is a Cardiff-based, bilingual production company founded by producer Catryn Ramasut and musician Gruff Rhys in 2005 to produce their award-winning debut feature documentary, Separado! Inspired by collaborative storytelling, cross art, animation and music they went on to produce groundbreaking, multi-platform project American Interior (a film, an album, a book, an app and a website) and build upon the company’s reputation for producing creative feature documentaries for the international market such as Sheffield Doc/Fest opening night film 2017, Queerama and 2021 Grierson Awards nominated for Best Music Documentary, Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm.

    Supported by the BFI and Ffilm Cymru Wales, the company’s distinctive vision embraces the culture of Wales, working collaboratively with writers and directors to produce authored, culturally impactful and entertaining films and television content for the global market. Creating space to forefront rarely told stories and deliver them with cinematic craft and emotional sensitivity.

  • JG HR Solutions Limited


    JG HR Solutions Limited founded in July 2015 and are based in Mid & South Wales. We offer outsourced HR support to businesses throughout the UK. Using our vast experience in various industry sectors, both at operational and strategic level, we can confidently support any business with their HR needs.

  • Karma Seas


    Karma Seas CIC was set up in response to a lack of diversity, inclusion, accessibility and affordability in sports, particularly surfing and other therapeutic beach activities.

  • Kumon Rumney Study Centre


    We offer Maths and English tuition to children ages 2-18, and work closely with their families in order to ensure their academic success.

  • Learning Disability Wales


    Learning Disability Wales is a national charity representing the learning disability sector in Wales. Everything that we do focuses on creating a Wales that values and includes every child, young person and adult with a learning disability.

  • Llamau


    Llamau is the leading homelessness charity in Wales, supporting the most vulnerable young people and women. We are particularly well known for working with those most at risk – care leavers, people who have been involved with the criminal justice system, people who have experienced domestic abuse and people who have had chaotic and disadvantaged lifestyles.

  • MAECymru


    Registered Charity (no: 1165832) – Promoting gender equality
    and diversity for both lay and ordained people in the Church in Wales

  • Merched y Wawr


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    • Croeso cynnes i ferched sy’n dysgu Cymraeg.

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    • Mae dros 280 o ganghennau a chlybiau yng Nghymru – mae cangen neu glwb lleol i chi.
  • Miriam Siddiqi Coaching


    Set up to help women find their confidence to be their true selves. Promoting quality and diversity in the workplace through training/coaching/webinars.

  • National Federation of Women’s Institutes-Wales


    The WI is the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK with approximately 215,000 members in over 6,300 WIs across England, Wales and the Islands (there are 16,000 in Wales). The WI plays a unique role in enabling women to develop new skills, opportunities to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities and provides wide ranging activities for members to get involved in.

  • National Theatre Wales


    The nation of Wales is our stage.
    We collaborate with people and places to make extraordinary theatre that inspires change.
    From the intimate to the epic, our work is powerful, brave and unexpected. Rooted in Wales, with a global outlook, we are the English-language national theatre of Wales.

  • North Wales Women’s Centre


    We aim to: Cultivate and advance the social and economic development of women in our community. Our centre provides a safe, non-judgemental and professional environment, which is female-only.

  • North Wales Womens Centre Ltd


    Established in 2001, the Centre operates from West Rhyl in the centre of the town (the highest ranked ward on the Index of Deprivation in Wales) and has helped over 1500 women improve their health, confidence, and livelihoods. The Centre provides dedicated services in close partnership with agencies from the statutory and voluntary sectors, and is supported by more than 60 volunteers.

  • Ovarian Cancer Action


    Action. One third of our name and 100% of what we’re about.
    And while we’re talking numbers, here’s another: one woman dies in the UK from ovarian cancer every two hours. Although five-year survival rates for ovarian cancer are improving, other cancers, such as breast cancer, had better survival rates two generations ago than ovarian cancer does today. We’re here to change all that.

  • Oxfam Cymru


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    Our vision is a just world without poverty. We want a world where people are valued and treated equally, enjoy their rights as full citizens, and can influence decisions affecting their lives.

  • Port Talbot & Afan Women’s Aid

  • Race Equality First


    The Organisation was established to work towards the principal of equality and creating a fair and just society. We offer a range of services dedicated to helping you.

  • Rhondda Netball


    Rhondda Netball is a charity that was established in late 2016 to change the landscape of female equality and opportunities in one of the UK’s most deprived areas. Focusing on sport and netball as the main vehicle, we have already seen remarkable success in our short history. Our key objectives in Rhondda & Rhondda Cynon Taf are:

    – Fighting gender inequality and creating opportunities for girls and women.
    – Supporting mental health & improving emotional well-being.
    – Improving physical wellness and encouraging participants to live active healthy lives.

  • Rights of Women


    We are a women’s charity working in a number of ways to help women through the law.

    Our vital services aim to provide women with the legal advice and information they need to understand and use the law and their legal rights. We also work to improve the law for women and increase women’s access to justice.

  • Scarlet Design


    We help our clients to tell their stories by creating effective and engaging hand-drawn and digital communications.

    Scarlet Design is a strategic design, visual facilitation and training consultancy, specialising in creating communication tools, for the corporate, local government and health & social care sectors.

  • Science Made Simple


    We find creative ways to reveal the wonders of science to all, connecting people with cutting-edge research to enrich lives, build confidence and answer questions.

  • Service Works


    We help the government and charity sector to develop and deliver services that work for citizens through consultancy and training. We help people in organisations apply user centred design – which means putting the needs of users front and centre.

  • Shelter Cymru


    We help thousands of people each year across Wales who are affected by the housing emergency by offering free, confidential and independent advice. We exist to defend the right to a safe home and fight the devastating impact the housing emergency has on people and society.

    We do this with campaigns, advice and support – and we never give up.

    We believe that home is everything.

  • Sian Jones Professional Coaching


    Professional coaching designed to help women understand and use their strengths and realise their full potential.

  • Soroptimist International Wales South


    Soroptimist International is a global volunteer movement working together to transform the lives of women and girls.

    SI Great Britain and Ireland (SIGBI) has 6000 Members in 270 Clubs in 18 countries in Great Britain, Ireland and countries in Asia, the Caribbean and Malta, who work at a local, national and international level to educate, empower and enable opportunities for women and girls.

  • Stepping Stones North Wales


    Stepping Stones is a registered charity that provides counselling and support to adult survivors of sexual abuse in childhood, we cover the 6 counties of North Wales and our service is free of charge at point of need, We support families and provide access to a wide range of support services including education and 1-1 mentor support. This year sees Stepping Stones reaching its 35th year.

  • Stonewall Cymru


    Stonewall Cymru’s mission is to achieve legal equality and social justice for lesbian, gay bi and trans people in Wales.

    Our mission is to help shape a Wales where people are free to be themselves, organisations help drive change, public attitudes improve, prejudice is challenged, and laws protect LGBT people.

  • Sustrans Cymru


    Sustrans vision is for happier lives and healthier places for everyone through the way we travel. We deliver this by making it easier for people to walk and cycle.

  • Swansea University


    Swansea University is a research-led university that has been making a difference since 1920.

  • Swansea Women’s Aid


    Swansea Women’s Aid is a women-only organisation which supports women, with or without children, who are affected by domestic abuse.

  • Sylfaen Cymru


    Sylfaen Cymru is dedicated to empowering the people of Wales to pursue their own flourishing and that of the State of Wales, through civic education and participation. In doing so, we shall break down the barrier between public service and public services together, and forge a path towards a brighter future for Wales.

  • Taff Housing


    We develop places with people, not profit, in mind, building homes and communities where people can thrive. We own and manage over 1,500 homes across Cardiff, giving over 4,000 people somewhere to call home. We also provide support services to over 1,000 people across South Wales, and we’re growing, aiming to build as many new homes as possible by 2024 to help solve the housing crisis.

  • Tai Pawb


    Tai Pawb Promotes Equality & Social Justice in Housing in Wales.
    We believe that all people have the right to access good quality housing and homes in cohesive and safe communities. We work with housing, equality organisations and the government to reduce prejudice, discrimination, disadvantage and poverty related to housing.

  • Tanio


    Tanio is an organisation committed to providing access to a range of creative activities and interventions to different communities – both locally and internationally.

    Our work aims to enable a diverse range of people to develop skills, confidence and self-esteem through creative practices and community work. We believe that equipping individuals with the courage and self-assurance, which can be nurtured by creative self-expression, individuals and communities can be strengthened and enriched.

    Established during the miners’ strike in South Wales in the early 1980’s under the name Valley & Vale, the organisation has worked with countless people and communities using Community Arts as a vehicle for exploration and empowerment. After decades of work, we’ve naturally evolved over the years to align with what communities need from us, and in 2020, we rebranded as Tanio to align with our refreshed direction and purpose. Tanio means ‘to spark’ or ‘ignite’ in Welsh.

  • TCC (Trefnu Cymunedol Cymru / Together Creating Communities)


    TCC (Trefnu Cymunedol Cymru / Together Creating Communities) is the UK’s oldest community organising charity. Based in North Wales, we are an alliance of over 35 diverse local groups, including community groups, faith groups, and schools.

    We bring people together and support them to run effective campaigns, meeting directly with decision makers to create change.

  • The Co-operative Party


    Political Party committed to promoting and defending all forms of co-operative and mutual enterprise

  • The Curious Coach


    I am a qualified coach with 30 years’ of corporate business experience. I support women to achieve their career goals and optimise their wellbeing through building confidence and resilience. I am Pembrokeshire based and offer in person and outdoor coaching & mentoring. I also provide an online service via Zoom and so am able to work nationwide.

  • The Food Foundation


    We are a charity with a mission to influence food policy and business practice to ensure everyone, across the UK nations, can afford and access a healthy and sustainable diet.
    We use inventive ideas to catalyse and deliver fundamental change in the food system by building and synthesising evidence, shaping coalitions, harnessing citizens’ voices and driving progress with impactful communications.

  • Elect Her


    Elect Her (formerly The Parliament Project) works to motivate, support & equip women in all their diversity to stand for elected office in all spheres of Government, providing them with the information, confidence and skills they need to do it.

  • Townswomen’s Guilds


    Members of Townswomen’s Guilds offer each other support and stability in an increasingly fragmented society, with each member benefiting from a strong national movement that has remained a cornerstone for thousands of women across the UK.

  • Trans Aid Cymru


    Trans Aid Cymru aims to help Transgender, Non-Binary and Intersex (TIN) people through mutual aid support. The project is run by TIN people for TIN people, making it inclusive and understanding of the community needs.

  • Unite Wales


    Unite works and campaigns hard for a better deal for our members in Wales – in the workplace, the wider community and with the Welsh Government.

    We are committed to ‘making devolution work’ for working people, the Welsh economy and Wales as a whole.

  • Urdd Gobaith Cymru


    Our aim is to provide opportunities through the medium of Welsh for children and young people in Wales to become fully rounded individuals, developing personal and social skills that will enable them to make a positive contribution to the community.

  • Wales Assembly of Women


    Wales Assembly of Women is an independent campaigning NGO accredited to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Its representatives have attended every major United Nations world conference for women since 1985. It campaigns for women’s rights in Wales and the World. Membership is open to all women in Wales and to women with connections to Wales. It is funded by the membership and charity grants and receives no public money.

  • Wales TUC


    Wales TUC is the umbrella organisation for affiliated trade unions in Wales with just under half a million members in all sectors. We lobby and campaign for workers rights and provide a range of materials that support our trade unions and communities. We work in social partnership with employers and Welsh Government and work towards Fair Work for all.

  • Welsh Judo Association


    Welsh Judo is the National Governing Body for Judo in Wales and as such, recognised by Sport Wales, the Commonwealth Games Council and British Judo.

  • Welsh Women’s Aid


    Welsh Women’s Aid is the national charity in Wales working to end domestic abuse and all forms of violence against women.

  • West Wales Domestic Abuse Service


    Domestic Abuse Service (formerly West Wales Women’s Aid) was formed in 2012 after the merger of Aberystwyth and Cardigan Women’s Aid. We provide a free, confidential service throughout Ceredigion to anybody suffering or experiencing domestic abuse regardless of their age, race, gender, sexual orientation or financial circumstances.

  • Women Connect First


    Women Connect First was established on 1 March 2001, St. David’s Day, to empower Black & Minority Ethnic Women in Cardiff and South East Wales by offering a range of services and training in order to improve their livelihoods and employability. The organisation has moved on since and has expanded its services.

  • Women4Resources


    Women4Resources supports initiatives designed, managed and run by women and girls in Wales and Africa. Through the activities of our projects we support the United Nations SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS.

  • Women’s Archive of Wales


    AMC/WAW was founded in 1997. We are a non-profit-making organisation and a registered charity run by volunteers. We depend on members’ subscriptions, money donations and occasional grant aid to finance our work. We do not have premises which can be visited but work through our website and with our partners to achieve our aims.

  • Women’s Arts Association Wales


    The Women’s Arts Association is a non-judgemental, vibrant and responsive organisation committed to addressing isolation and exclusion experienced by women in the arts and the wider community.

  • YnNi Teg


    YnNi Teg Cyf. is a community benefit society that owns a wind turbine near Meidrim in Carmarthenshire. Our mission is to help Wales develop a clean energy future, mitigate climate change by installing renewable energy generation, and to do this in a fair and democratic way by spreading the ownership and benefits across the community rather than concentrated in the hands of the few.