Celebrate International Women’s Day 2020 with Human Appeal
This International Women’s Day weekend, join us for a women-only event, with proceeds going to sustainable livelihoods in Pakistan.
International Women’s Day is about standing up for the rights of women around the world, and at Human Appeal, we’re dedicated to doing just that. But we also know how important it is to have an afternoon off with your friends, listening to engaging speakers and eating good food with other women.
For just £5 you can join us at 6.30pm on Saturday, 7th March at the Werneth Suite in Oldham and on Sunday 8th March at 6.30pm at the Regency Hall, Bradford and help to support sustainable livelihoods in Pakistan.
Saturday 7th March 2020 - Werneth Suite, 79 Manchester Rd, Oldham OL8 4LN
Sunday 8th March 2020 - Regency Hall Yorkshire, 142 E Parade, Bradford BD1 5EE
Werneth Suite, 79 Manchester Rd, Oldham OL8 4LN
Regency Hall Yorkshire, 142 E Parade, Bradford BD1 5EE
Ustada Ameena Blake
The Hijabi Boxer
Come along and listen to our guests share inspirational stories from their careers and lives. Meet Ustada Ameena Blake and The Hijabi Boxer.
So grab a friend or three and get your tickets while you can.
Supporting women in Pakistan this International Women’s Day
This charity event will be raising funds for our sustainable livelihoods projects, which provide training and equipment to vulnerable people, offering them a way to support their families for years to come.
In Pakistan, we teach people to keep bees and create honey for profit, and our skill development centres have provided over 200 women with sewing machines and training so that they can support themselves.
Seventeen-year-old Fozia has lived with a disability since birth. In her small agricultural village, the quality of education and healthcare is poor.
Fozia’s father died when she was ten, with only her mother and 16-year-old brother to care for her. The family sold their belongings to pay for Fozia’s education, but, still it was not enough, and, eventually, Fozia had to leave school.
Human Appeal provided Fozia with a sewing machine, and after some training, she is now able to support her mother and brother by sewing clothes for her family and neighbours.
Despite the hardship Fozia has faced, she has high hopes for the future. “I am confident that one day I will have a shop,” she said, “and I’ll be the first woman entrepreneur of my clan.”
Get your tickets for our charity event in Oldham and Bradford
This International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate women like Fozia, whose entrepreneurship and determination is an example to women everywhere.
Join our charity event in Oldham and Bradford and let’s support many more women who just need a little help, training and support to be able to provide for their families.BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY