Many thanks to…
The organisations listed below provide funding and support that enables Women Like Us to run its services. We’re hugely grateful to them for helping us to support mothers who need to fit work with family life.
Women Like Us is part of the Timewise Foundation, a social enterprise that works towards a better future for families, by improving flexible working opportunities and speaking up for people who need to fit work around their caring responsibilities. Email email@example.com for more information about our mission and social impact, and how organisations can get involved in our work.
A 2 year grant programme from JPMorgan Chase Foundation is helping Women Like Us to offer dedicated job brokerage support to those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Additionally, through our parent organisation the Timewise Foundation, JPMorgan Chase Foundation is helping us to stimulate the creation of a quality part time jobs market.
Women Like Us is supported by the Big Lottery Fund to develop the advice, support and recruitment service that we offer to employers, in order to stimulate the supply of quality part time vacancies in London. The funding will also enable us to scale up our ability to support more parents and carers into these vacancies.
Women Like Us is supported by the Cabinet Office Innovation in Giving Fund, managed by Nesta. As well as financial investment, Nesta provides a package of non-financial support to build and launch the online career portal, and contribute to developing a network of professional women who will volunteer as career sharers.
Other current supporters
The following organisations fund our programme of free careers support for women in low income households:
Companies who commit employee time and expertise
Through a volunteering programme involving the organisations listed below, a host of professional women contribute their time as ‘career sharers’. They share their skills and expertise in our Conversation, Ask the Expert and Stories pages, ‘giving something back’ by advising other women who are trying to get back on the career ladder.
Accenture, Berrak, BigSoc Training, Bloom People, CBI, The Childcare Consultancy, Cohesion HR, The Confidence Club, Creating Serenity, The Day Care Trust, emBold ltd, Forster Communications, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Greater London Authority, Harrods, Helen Wills Digital Communications, HMRC, Inside Out, InstantVA, Lend Lease, LittleBird, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Microsoft, Novus, Parental Choice, PWC, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Initiative for Women in Business, Timewise Recruitment, Towry, Travelodge, Turn2us, Underwood Works, Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Holidays, Wallace LLP, Working Families
We are also grateful for the past support of the European Social Fund, London Councils, and the following local councils: Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth, Waltham Forest and Westminster.