Campaigning is at the heart of all we do, here we've detailed a round-up of our work over the past few years and some campaigns we're really proud of.

JUST LAUNCHED: Our campaign to get more women moving with the help of our ambassador, Avril.

We're like you: women who want to be fitter, healthier and happier. Like you, we struggle to squeeze exercise into everyday life. Like you, we want it to be fun and not a chore. Like you, we find it easier if we have support.  She Moves aims to bring women together to share tips and advice on getting active, to support and inspire each other - to help women move more.

'Go Girl'
celebrating the greatest EVER summer of women's sport 


Go Girl united supporters of our female GB team with an ambition to create the largest ever community of support for women's sport.
We provided commentary, support and content focusing specifically on the female GB team throughout the Games. The campaign gave us an opportunity to virtually shout #GoGirl with every awe inspiring performance and medal won. 
We gave supporters a voice calling for daily #GoGirl of the day nominations and eventually #GoGirl of the games. 

**Changing the Game, for Girls** was a ground breaking research report that revealed half of girls in the UK are put off physical activity by school sport and PE. Schools hold the key to closing gender gap in physical exercise and encouraging girls to get active.
**February 14th** - A date that most people associate with love and romance. WSFF is committed to starting conversations through social media. So we decided to ask our friends on Twitter why they love women's sport and fitness using the hashtag #womenheartsport here are some the responses...
**Big Deal?** The case for commercial investment in women's sport. A new report from The Commission on the Future of Women's Sport shows that sponsorship of women's sport in the UK amounted to just 0.5% of the total market. WSFF used this new knowledge to appeal to investors to take note of women's sport in the UK.