raising money for the little princess trust

My Romi (8) is raising money and awareness for the Little Princess Trust. 

On Friday (26/04) she had her haircut, having waited patiently for around 2 years for her hair to grow long enough to donate.

None of us realised just how unsettling this would be for her, bouncing in emotions from feeling elated to disliking everything about the changes in how she looks and feels.

The generous donations and incredible messages really helped her connect with how amazing her actions are and how much good she is generating in the world.

If you would like to donate to this amazing cause - please do so here. Your contribution is hugely appreciated! https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/einav-avni1

The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people up to the age of 24 that have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses.The Trust relies solely on the efforts of enthusiastic community fundraisers. We receive no formal funding. Please help to raise money for us so that we can help more families.


Winning a #wow



On Wednesday, December 5th, Einav Avni from London (Southwark), was recognised by British businesswoman, Jacqueline Gold CBE, for her success as a female entrepreneur, and awarded with a prestigious #WOW badge

Einav was one of three winners selected by Jacqueline after she entered ‘Women on Wednesday’ – a competition launched by Jacqueline in 2011 to celebrate the growing number of UK female entrepreneurs and businesswomen.

Women on Wednesday (#WOW) takes place every week and is run through Jacqueline’s Twitter page. When selecting the winners, Jacqueline looks for businesses that are interesting, that have strong brand values and that she thinks have potential to grow and succeed in their industry. She looks for quality products and services, well designed websites and entrepreneurs who demonstrate good business acumen and who have spotted a gap in the market that meets the consumer’s needs.

Einav says: “when you’re feeling stuck, lost, unable to make decisions or generally in a never ending loop of dread, this is a good indication you are not operating from your core values. It’s like you’ve lost your compass and now everything is foreign. Together we discover your values and work on bringing change into your life - one that is empowered by your true purpose, strengths and calling”  

Jacqueline Gold says:Untangled Coaching helps people overcome challenges and pain in their lives, providing the support and skills needed to assist them in their personal struggles. Einav’s own experience of becoming more connected with people shows how everyone is capable of growing and transforming into better versions of themselves and it makes her the perfect person to help others on their own journeys. I wish her every success in the future.

For me, #WOW is all about inspiring and celebrating female entrepreneurs. My vision is for women in the UK to come together, celebrate their strengths, skills and fantastic businesses, and do all that they can to inspire other women to realise their potential.  

The WOW community is a fantastic network which offers female entrepreneurs the opportunity to share advice, support each other, trade and most importantly celebrate their successes!”  

For more information about Untangled Coaching, please visit https://untangledcoaching.com/

For more information about Women on Wednesday, please visit http://www.jacquelinegold.com/wow/wow-about/ 

For more information, please contact einav@untangledcoaching.com