Women's Interfaith Group

Introduction

The LSE Women’s Interfaith Group is a social action charity initiative seeking to bring together female LSE students from all faiths (and none.) We run fortnightly sessions in which we primarily make sandwiches for homeless people, which are then distributed at the Islamic Society’s Soup Kitchen on campus. We also host speakers, collaborate with other LSE societies, and run targeted events such as toiletries collections. We also discuss key issues facing women on faith at our sessions - including how to tackle religious based hate crime and improving LSE's mental health services. The project has also expanded to four other universities around the country!

Charity is a core tenet of all religions and is something that binds us as a humanity. WIG seeks to not only make a difference in our local community, but build lasting connections and bridges between women of faith in an increasingly hostile and polarised environment.

Check out our facebook page and contact us there for any enquiries!

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