At SEA, we know that we can only achieve our goals if we work alongside others – not only our colleagues and the Experts by Experience who inform our work, but also a diverse group of partners.
By working in partnership, we can draw on a wide range of expertise and push for systemic change more effectively.
Below are some of our partners and supporters. For a full list of our partnerships and funding sources each year, please see our annual Impact Reports.
Our partners include:
As a charity, we must raise funds to continue our work. Our funders include:
We are honoured to be recognised for the impact our partnerships and collaborations have made.
Winner – Best Partnership (SEA and Money Advice Plus – Domestic and Economic Abuse Project)
Shortlisted – Campaigning and Advocacy (for our work to get economic abuse named and defined in law)
Winner – Innovation Award
Winner (Gold) – Informational Films (with Media Zoo) for the Stop Economic Abuse film
Winner – Charity Partnership of the Year (SEA and Money Advice Plus)
Winner – Rising Chief Executive (Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs, joint winner)
Shortlisted – Charity Collaboration of the Year (SEA and Money Advice Plus for the Financial Support Line)
Shortlisted – Best Use of Technology (Economic Abuse Guide)
Winner – Rising Leader of the Year (Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs OBE)
Shortlisted – Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Financial Institution (Lloyds Banking Group partnership)
Shortlisted – Campaigning and Advocacy (for our work to get post-separation abuse recognised in law)
Shortlisted – Corporate Partnership of the Year – Medium (Lloyds Banking Group partnership)
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