Help create positive change
Young women are full of power and promise. But many are being held back by inequality, sexist attitudes – and right now, by the struggle to get by from day to day. For International Women's Day, you can support a young woman you know who is on her way to achieving great things.Show me how
Young Women's Trust is a feminist organisation working to achieve economic justice for young women. Our Work It Out coaching service supports young women to make plans for the future. We campaign for young women’s equality in the workplace and our research examines what young women’s lives are really like.About us
Women's networks break down barriers
Lawyer and gender development advocate, Ngunan Ioron Aloho, explores how women's networks provided her with opportunities to break down barriers in her career.
Spring Statement 2023: extended childcare and benefits rise
The Chancellor's Spring Statement 2023 pledges on benefits, the cost of living and extending free childcare to under 3s explained.
Just £25 could provide a young woman with detailed, supportive feedback on her CV and job application, giving her the best chance of securing a job interview.Support young women
Work It Out coaching is a free service which supports you to plan for your future.
Help with CVs and job applications
Our Work It Out service offers free personalised support on your CV, cover letter or job application.
'Costing Our Futures' cost of living call to government
In light of the Autumn Statement, we call for the government to act now as the cost of living crisis is costing young women their futures.
Young Women’s Trust responds to Autumn Statement
The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, delivered his Autumn statement today. Young Women's Trust's Chief Exec responds.
Last year, we supported 3934 young women through our free Work It Out service
We provided 8500 free coaching sessions, helping young women build skills and strong mental health