Women's End2End Team

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Love Her Wild provides funding, training and gear to women in our community who face the biggest barriers and to our volunteers. As many as 450 women a year have benefited from heavily-subsidised places on our adventures!

Current grants 2023:
(Full details on grant criteria can be found below. Event dates and details can be found on our adventures page.)

Wild Weekend ‘North’ 2023
Deadline: 9th April
– 8 x Positive Role Model grants – selected applicants to receive 70% off the ticket price
– 1 x KMB grant – selected applicants to receive 70% off the ticket price

Wild Weekend ‘South’ 2023
Deadline: 1st May
– 8 x Positive Role Model grants – selected applicants to receive 70% off the ticket price
– 1 x KMB grant – selected applicants to receive 70% off the ticket price

Support our grants by becoming a Patron. Find out more HERE

Positive Role Models Grant

Each year we offer heavily-subsidised places on our adventures to those least represented in the outdoors so that they can become positive role models in their communities. These go to women who identify as minority ethnic, disabled or from a low-income household.

When applications open, they are shared in our newsletter and on our social media pages for women to apply. The chosen women are selected at random. 


KMB Grant

In 2020 Kat Marsden-Broad, an active and much loved member of the Love Her Wild community, lost her battle with mental Illness. In her memory, we have launched the KMB Grant. Each year the grant will provide two women suffering or recovering from mental illness of any description a heavily-subsidised place on our Wild Weekends. Our Wild Weekends focus on time in nature and community.

Applications will open each year for Love Her Wild members to nominate anyone they know who may benefit from the KMB Grant. Two names will be selected randomly, and the chosen women will receive (anonymously) a free place at the weekend. Nominations can be made in secret to avoid any disappointment. When applications open, they are shared across our newsletter and on our social media pages.


Outdoor Leaders Grant

To bridge the gender gap in the outdoors, we are working to support women to gain professional outdoor qualifications. These opportunities are given to our Local Wilders who run our Love Her Wild local groups. We recognise that supporting these women in gaining qualifications boosts their confidence and provides them with new skills to better carry out their roles and serve the women in their communities.

Promising leaders are invited to apply and, in return for funding, agree to deliver at least two free adventures for the community. This could be anything from running a navigation training weekend to leading a hike up a mountain.


Love Her Wild Mentoring

Starting out in adventure can be difficult. There are so many things to get your head around! How do you work out where to sleep each night? How far should I plan to travel each day? What do I eat? How exactly do I go to the toilet outdoors?!

That’s why we set up the Love Her Wild Mentor Scheme. Women are matched with experienced adventurers who can help them prepare for a more active life outdoors. To be accountable and to have someone there to answer questions. Read about our previous mentoring matches here.