• Your Past / Your Possibilities #DreamBigStartSmall

    WEvolution is celebrating its 10th birthday and is commemorating the occasion by championing the efforts of all those involved in starting SRGs. We will be celebrating the last decade and the many achievements of our SRGs, as well as looking forward to the future and what possibilities there are on the horizon!

    Our celebrations will be taking place on both Friday 22nd January and Saturday 23rd January. Wondering what to expect? See below!

    Friday 22nd January (7.00pm – 9.00pm)

    Schedule includes:
    – Keynote Speaker, Jean Johansson
    – Stories from our SRG Members
    – Lots of great activities including an end of night celebration!

    Saturday 23rd January (9.45am – 12.15pm)

    Schedule Includes:
    – The Trip That Inspired It All: Hear from original members from 2011 India trip
    – Workshops with:
    Brian Crockett, author of “The Art of Telling Your Story”
    Ashley Scotland, CEO of Thriving Survivors Scotland
    Emma Musgrave, Partner of Purple Shoots
    -More Stories from our Members, plus an update on WEvo News

    IMPORTANT: Please select your peer gathering workshop for 23 January!

    Tell us which workshop you’d like to attend – they’re all going to be fab! You can only attend one workshop so make sure you only select one option.

    You’ll also receive this link in your booking confirmation email.

    We look forward to seeing you on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd January!

  • Here’s the thing: every one of us has aspirations; to be more, to do more. But life can be difficult. It’s hard to hold on to your aspirations, and it’s even harder if you’re not part of a community of people who can be your friends and partners.

    That’s what WEvolution’s Self-Reliant Groups (SRGs) are – a community of people who encourage each other, save small amounts of money, learn new skills and create products and services. They share a journey of bringing hope and direction to their lives.

    “WEvolution and the SRGs was a way to gain friends, maybe get out a bit more, be more social and happy but it has ended up being so much more than that. We have all grown in confidence, gained friends for life and new support networks for the future. Our families have benefited from having mums/wives who are happier, more fulfilled. Our children are learning how important it is to make your own way in life through seeing their mums producing and selling their own items.” (Trishy Gannon, Rainbow Creations SRG)