Red Nose Day 2019

How funds help vulnerable women in Leeds Read more

International Women's Day 2018

Listen to our CEO, Rokaiya Khan talk about International Women's Day and the vital work of Together Women on Sunshine Radio. Read more

‘Wild Woman’ at Theatre Deli

It’s been 100 years since the life-changing suffragette movement where (some) women won the right to vote. But how far have we come? Where are we now? Read more

Hull Homeless Community Project

Hull Homeless Community Project have recently started a female-focused drop-in service with Together Women Project in Hull. Read more

Together Women Strategy Day

Team Activ were privileged to organise a strategy and team away day for Together Women Project last week.  The themes for the day were wellbeing and worklife balance and we designed the sessions to focus on communication, collaboration and growing deeper relationships as the team don’t often have the opportunity to spend the day as one group. Read more

New one-to-one key-working service in Leeds

Together Women are starting up a new one-to-one key-working service based in Leeds. Read more

Leeds coffee morning & bake sale

Together Women Leeds are planning a coffee morning and bake sale as part of a national event called ‘The Great Get Together’ which celebrates the life of Jo Cox, and which also falls during Refugee Week in June. Read more

Reaching Communities

Together Women Project (TWP) are delighted to announce we have received funding from the Big Lottery, Reaching Communities Fund. Signpost This funding has been awarded to TWP to develop gender specific early interventions that will support women in addressing the multiple and complex needs that often lead to anti-social behaviour and crime throughout the cities of Leeds, Bradford and Sheffield over the next 3 years. Read more

Together Women Project develops gender early interventions

Together Women Project, Yorkshire and Humberside are delighted to announce they have received funding from the Big Lottery, Reaching Communities Fund. This funding has been awarded to TWP to develop gender specific early interventions that will support women in addressing the multiple and complex needs that often lead to anti-social behavior and crime throughout the cities of Leeds, Bradford and Sheffield. Read more