We are Love Her Wild – the UK’s largest women’s adventure community!
Our mission is to get more women on adventures. Why? Because we know getting active outdoors improves physical and mental health, that doing it with a supportive community boosts wellbeing and that spending time in wild spaces leads to better nature connectedness.
Love Her Wild is a registered non-profit CIC.
To make adventures more accessible to women, who are massively under-represented in the outdoors, we are focusing on providing the following:
1. A supportive online space for women to ask questions and gain inspiration
2. Free and low-cost adventures across the UK for women
3. Funding and gear for promising women to gain recognised outdoor qualifications as well as adventure grants for those least represented in the outdoors (including minority ethnic women, differently-abled and low-income households)
Since launching in early 2017, we’ve taken thousands of women on adventures all over the world. We’ve raised over £10k for charity, provided funding and gear to over 50 women, removed over 10,000 pieces of plastic pollution and set up 8 mentoring partnerships. Find out more about our community here.
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Are you ready for an adventure?
Find out if you are eligible for funding.
In 2022 we are organising our most ambitious adventure yet, the Women’s End2End Relay! Find out more.
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