The Every Woman Promise

Women’s health is good for business. Demonstrate your commitment to women’s health in the workplace with the Every Woman Promise.

Including women’s health in workplace wellbeing initiatives is not only good for your employees, it’s good for business.

The Every Woman Promise is your commitment to championing women’s health in the workplace. From being flexible and understanding, breaking the taboos that exist around gynae health, to creating a corporate culture where women are encouraged to attend life-saving screening appointments.

When you join the Every Woman Promise you will not only demonstrate your commitment to promoting wellbeing and health equality and directly supporting women in your workplace, your donation will support even more women to access lifesaving information and guidance.

Simply sign up, make your commitment and we will support you in empowering women to take charge of their health. Through access to resource materials, informative and interactive Lunch and Learn sessions, support services and our latest research, we will help you to promote health equality in your workplace.

What do our current partners think?

Natasha Adams, Chief People Officer, Tesco, says: “We are proud to be a founding signatory to the Eve Appeal’s Every Woman Promise, and to provide further advice and resources to our colleagues in this vital area of wellbeing.”

Caroline Dinenage, Minister for Women’s Health, says: “Too often across society women’s bodies are seen as an inconvenience, with their symptoms and health concerns not taken seriously enough. I’m confident The Every Woman Promise will make a real difference. I encourage employers to rise to the challenge by creating supportive and flexible ways to help those living with these conditions.”

Caroline Neville MBE President CEW UK, says: “CEW is the leading organisation for women working in the beauty industry in the UK with over 1000 members. We have supported The Eve Appeal since 2010 because their vision was simple: a future where fewer women develop and more women survive gynaecological cancers. With the launch of the Every Woman Promise, which places a greater emphasis on awareness of gynaecological health issues, we are seeing support for not only the female workforce but for employers too. This is a huge step forward.”

For more information about how the Every Woman Promise could benefit the wellbeing of women in your workplace and the associated costs please download our EWP overview. Should you wish to discuss how the Every Woman Promise could be tailored to your organisation and objectives please contact Jenner, Partnerships Officer: or call 020 7605 0101.

Our partners:

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