Make a Pledge
Make a Pledge
Make a Woman Friendly Pledge
Complete the form below and we will send you your Pledge Makers guidance pack
Who can make a pledge?
Individuals of any gender and local services and businesses can make a pledge.
How do I benefit?
We will support you to make your pledge a reality, and can promote the pledge you have made in a number of ways
We can announce on social media
We can share your pledge in our newsletters
You can write a blog about your experience of making a pledge, which we will promote on our website and newsletters
We can offer support in deciding on your pledge, implementing it, and we will check in with you to see how it’s going
We will keep you up to date with which other organisations and businesses are involved and the pledges they are making, so you can see the movement grow. This will happen on social media and in our newsletters
We will thank you by gifting you with some merchandise such as stickers or badges to show you are a Women Friendly Leeds supporter and you have pledged to make a positive difference for women and girls.
“I pledge to tell ten other women about the Women Friendly Leeds initiative”
“I pledge to attend the hubs and share my voice.”
“I pledge to attend more or create my own women-focused events.”
“I pledge to spread the word on social media.”
“I pledge to feed back on my experiences of life in Leeds.”
“We pledge to increase the number of women participating or involved in senior roles or boards”
“We pledge to create safe spaces for women and girls both in buildings and services”
“We pledge to provide flexible working arrangements and fair pay for women in our employment (or other policy-based change)”
“We pledge to take into account women and girl’s needs when developing new services, or when reviewing existing ones”
“We pledge to identify a Women Friendly Leeds workplace champion”
If you know you want to get involved but are unsure how please contact us for guidance.
At WFL we are proud to represent the voices of women and girls in an inclusive way. We recognise the diversity of women’s experiences and welcome all women and girls, men and boys to join our movement. Together we are stronger.