FTWW is excited to announce that it has been nominated for “Most Admired Organisation” at the Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) Third Sector Awards Cymru 2016! “The Award for the most admired organisation, our most prestigious category, honours the most respected organisations in Wales for their inspirational work and the causes they represent. We’re […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Nominated for WCVA Third Sector Awards Cymru 2016
FTWW is now pleased to offer contributors the chance to make donations to our support work and campaigning efforts by using our PayPal button. All donations, no matter how small, are gratefully received and will help FTWW deliver the services girls and women in Wales need in the fight for better healthcare. Many […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on We Are Now Able To Accept PayPal Donations
FTWW is very excited to report that it has been nominated for best ‘Community Organisation’ in the National Diversity Awards 2016, given to those groups which have made an outstanding contribution to their local community. The National Diversity Awards aim to celebrate the excellent achievements of grass-root communities that tackle the issues in today’s society, giving […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Nominated for National Award!
FTWW was pleased to hold a successful evening at Llandrillo College, screening the internationally acclaimed film, ‘Endo What?’ and holding a fascinating discussion session with the specialists from the BSGE endometriosis centre at Arrowe Park Hospital, Wirral. Following on from this, the hospital’s accredited team of surgeons is now keen to work with us on the prospect of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Promising Progress Being Made in North Wales
We owe a huge amount of appreciation to WalesOnline for working with us during Endometriosis Awareness Month, March 2016. Journalist, Victoria Jones, published two fantastic, myth-busting articles on the topic, featuring a number of our members, and raising an enormous amount of awareness. FTWW would like to extend its gratitude to her for her hard […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on WalesOnline Endometriosis Coverage
We have some very exciting events coming up in Wales for endometriosis awareness month, including the first ever EndoMarch in Wales, EndoMarch Swansea, which will be on the 19th March 2016. There will also be a Welsh premiere of the groundbreaking film Endo What? in Cardiff on the 24 March 2016. *Update* Please have a look at Endo What? & EndoMarch Swansea pages, for reports, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on March is Endometriosis Awareness Month!