We are excited by our work in this area addressing strategic change: including working with perpetrators, engaging with efforts around justice for vulnerable women and litigation, focusing on survivors’ long-term mental health, and supporting those who work with young people to promote healthy relationships and tackle some of the underlying factors that lead to domestic abuse. 

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Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

Advance is an award-winning innovative charity. It has been delivering services for women by women for 20 years, enabling them to lead safe, violence-free, crime-free and equal lives so they can actively engage with society.  Advance has been delivering domestic abuse and violence services since its inception, trail-blazing the multi-agency partnership approach.  This year it will reach over 3,000 women and children experiencing domestic abuse.


Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

Despite high reporting rates of economic abuse within domestic violence services, responses to this issue are at an early stage of development in the UK.  Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) was established in order to address this.   

The vision of SEA is a society in which women and girls achieve economic equality and are able to live their lives free of abuse and exploitation. Our mission is to raise awareness of economic abuse throughout the UK and build the capacity of those who come into contact with victims and survivors to be able to respond.



WomAn's Trust

Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

Woman’s Trust provides therapeutic support to women who have experienced domestic violence and abuse, to help them overcome the damage caused to their emotional and mental health. We help women explore and understand their experiences, so they may overcome them and go on to recover their capacities to help themselves. We are a women only, client led charity. We work across Greater London, and all our services are free.

centre for women’s justice

CWJ is a legal charity founded in 2016, which advances the human rights of women and girls in England and Wales. It does this  by holding the state to account for failures in the prevention of violence against women and girls. CWJ builds teams of specialist lawyers, academics and other experts and connects these teams with those working on the frontline as activists, survivors and service providers. Having identified state failings CWJ uses its teams to undertake strategic litigation and thereby secures justice for female victims and survivors of male violence.