We see a future where women contribute equally to the positive transformation of society through their role in the workplace.
We help women experiencing adversity break through barriers to get and keep work.
Disadvantage can happen to a woman at any time in her life.
At Fitted for Work, we believe women are a catalyst for creating a more socially cohesive and prosperous society, which is why our work is so important. We help women to develop their confidence and achieve economic security.
Our programs and services stem from a belief that when women are fitted for work they are fitted for life. We know that when women have hope, confidence and economic security through work, the flow on effect is transformational, both to their families but also to society as a whole.
If work and economic independence feel out of reach, we’re here to help you.
Join the movement and transform women’s lives.
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“The people at Fitted for Work believed in me. They weren’t judgmental and they worked with me as a person, as an individual.”
“Fitted for Work provided me with interview advice and confidence. The experience made me feel really positive and ready to go and smash the interview.”
“There is no development strategy more beneficial to society as a whole - women and men alike - than the one which involves women as central players.”
- Kofi Annan