We've spoken to and heard from lots of organisations, just like yours, to get their story on how they're providing women and girls with chances to get active on their own terms. Have a look and maybe take a little inspiration from our community.
Couch to Fitness is a free, beginner friendly online fitness programme established by Our Parks in summer 2020 in response to the pandemic as they were unable to run their in-person sessions.
Girls Get Active is a project launched in 2021 by Misgav, a charity that supports learning disabled women to find employment, voluntary roles, gain life skills and have fun playing sports, music and making art.
Breeze is an initiative from British Cycling that offers fun, free bike rides for women of all abilities.
Her Spirit is an app that connects women together virtually and locally and enables them to take part in virtual and real-world events, weekly challenges and coaching.
Blaze Trails is a walking community made up of parents who support each other to get outdoors and go walking with their babies launched by Katy O’Neill Gutierrez in July 2020.
Goal Diggers FC is a non-profit club in London founded by Fleur Cousens. Its mission is to make football more available and accessible to all women and non-binary people, regardless of previous experience or ability.
Welcome Gym is a gym network designed around the lives of its user and made to be as accessible as possible for everyone.
Black Girls Do Run UK is a running group set up by Tasha Thompson. The group is based in London but also boasts an impressive online following.
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