Each year CWL chooses to support a local charity. The main criteria for consideration are that the charity must be a good fit with CWL core values, not receive government funding, and ideally be a national charity.
Through its branches, CWL undertakes to raise awareness and funds for the recipient.
Past examples CWL has worked with include: “Key to Life” operating in the youth suicide prevention field, ‘Kids Can” combating child poverty, “Pillars” supporting children of prisoners, with families and individuals with specific health needs such as “Motor Neurone Disease Association and young people with Tourette’s Syndrome, women escaping family violence, and young women affected by period poverty, “Days for Girls.”
CWL members work hard to make a difference; get involved.