Walk In Her Shoes


 WHISC’s fundraising campaign to give you the opportunity to raise funds for this vital charity whilst imagining walking in other women’s shoes.

Below are the average number of steps taken by different women, including many of the women who use WHISC.

We know that women are the pillars of their families and communities but often don’t have time for themselves. To appreciate the distances that other women have to walk, we are encouraging people to measure the steps that they take and maybe increase them a little to match the steps of one of the women in the picture above.

If you would like to walk in the shoes of other wonderful women, donate £5 below and collect your pedometer from WHISC at 120 Bold Street (please make sure to leave your name with your donation). Then get people to sponsor you to walk your steps.

This fundraising venture is suitable for anyone. Please use our Facebook page to let us know how you get on or use #WalkInHerShoes on Instagram & Twitter.

There are three ways you can raise funds:

  1. Pay for your pedometer
  2. Get sponsored to walk (when you have your pedometer)
  3. Sponsor someone taking part

All proceeds go to WHISC and the work we do. Please use the button below.


Donation Methods:


Common Methods:

  • You can donate in person
  • One-off payments can be made via PayPal using this link  below, in person or via bank transfer.

  • Regular payments can be made by:
    • Standing Order via your bank or Payroll Giving through your employer. Set up a Standing Order by Bank Transfer (BACS) to Account Name: 
      Women’s Health Info and Supp Centre Ltd
      Account Number: 40312916
      Sort Code: 09-06-66
      Registered Charity Number: 519687



Payroll Giving Via Your Employer:

Payroll Giving is a flexible scheme which allows anyone who receives their pay through payroll to give regularly and on a tax free basis to the charities and good causes of their choice. Payroll Giving donations are deducted before tax so for every £1 that you give it will only cost you 80p, and if you’re a higher rate tax payer it will only cost you 60p.

Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn or Workplace Giving) is a valuable, long-term, source of revenue, providing regular income to help charities budget and plan ahead more effectively. Employees can choose to support any charity of their choice with a regular donation direct from their pay.

It’s cheaper because its tax free. For example, a donation of £5 per month costs the basic rate tax payer £4.00 (the taxman pays the rest!).

For higher rate taxpayers it is the only way to pass on your 40% or 45% tax to charities – only 28% can be recouped via other ways of giving. 

New Employer Search: Click here to check to see if your employer offers Payroll Giving 

Frequently Asked Questions

The Women’s Health Information & Support Centre (WHISC) is a charity dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of women and their families throughout Liverpool and the surrounding areas.

The interests of women are paramount and at the heart of our services. Through our volunteers and staff, through partnerships and through referral to other organisations (where appropriate) we provide help, training, and information services to support women.

We ensure consistent standards, value diversity and are recognised as leaders in our field by being independent, inclusive, collaborative, responsive, effective, and accountable.

Our strength lies in our volunteers, combined with effective governance, management and leadership.

Please help us to help women today.



All of the funds we receive go into direct service delivery with vulnerable women.


Yes, you can make a gift to WHISC in your Will to support a cause that has been important in your life. Please call us on 0151 707 1826 for further details.


All of the classes are free. Donations are always welcome.


Classes are filled on the day using a first-come, first-served basis.

Get In Touch. Get Involved.


120 Bold Street Liverpool L1 4JA

Call Us: 0151 707 1826

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Due to Covid-19, WHISC will be closing to the public at midday on Thursday 19th of March.  We will review the situation after Easter, or 14th of April. Please check the website at https://www.whisc.org.uk/.

If you would like a Listening Ear (speak with someone), please call: 07708 381568 & leave your NAME and NUMBER and we will ring you back, when we can.  

Alternatively, send us a message with your NUMBER through Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/whisc/ and we will ring you, when we can.