Our funders

We’re able to carry out our work in the community thanks to the funds we raise. This comes from a range of sources, including grants from local authorities, the Police and Crime Commissioner, the Ministry of Justice, Trusts and Foundations, as well as our work delivering training, and the incredible generosity of individuals and companies who fundraise and donate to SATEDA because they believe in our vision to end domestic abuse.

On behalf of the women and children we support, thank you.

Current Funders:

  • The Ministry of Justice 
  • Swale Borough Council 
  • Kent County Council 
  • Brook Trust 
  • Lloyds Bank Foundation 
  • Henry Smith Charity 
  • Garfield Weston Foundation 
  • Philip & Connie Phillips Foundation 
  • Another Way Women’s Foundation 
  • Co-operative Community Fund 
  • Invicta Rotary Sittingbourne 
  • The Tudor Trust 
  • The Colyer-Fergusson Foundation 
  • Kelly Family Charitable Trust 
  • Cobtree Charity Trust 
  • Kent Community Foundation 
  • The Cole Charitable Trust 
  • Tesco  
  • Queenborough Fishery Trust 
  • Kent PCC 
  • Active Kent & Medway 
  • Orchard Community Energy 
  • Enfinium 
  • The Government’s Community Organisations Cost of Living Fund delivered by The National Lottery Community Fund 
  • Leeds Building Society Foundation 
  • University of Kent Student Philanthropy Fund
  • Fidelity Community Development Fund
  • Rotary Minster
  • The February Foundation
  • Bensted’s Charity
  • Edward Vinson 1957 Charitable Settlement
  • Swire Charitable Trust
  • Skinner’s Charity Foundation
  • Medway Community Fund
  • Whitehead Monckton Charitable Foundation
  • Sheerness Town Council
  • Warburtons Foundation
  • Mrs Smith & Mount Trust
  • Thomas Wall Trust
  • DS Smith Charitable Trust
  • The Overstone Fund/KCF 
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From the bottom of our hearts, thank you

Charity of the Year

If you love the difference we are making in the community, we’d love to work in partnership with you as your charity of the year (COTY).

It’s a win-win, transformative opportunity to unite your staff behind a meaningful cause while demonstrating your company’s commitment to making a difference.

Let’s discuss how we can work together to keep empowering women and children in our community to live as fully as they can beyond domestic abuse.

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Organise your own fundraiser!

🎮 Give the game away! Why not play your favourite board, video or card game with your friends, with a donation to enter

🎨 Get creative! Have you been knitting, painting, tie-dyeing? Whatever your craft, set up an Instagram to showcase your work and ask for a donation in return

🏃 Reps! Pick a physical challenge. Could be a jog, press ups, running up the stairs… and for every pound you get donated, complete one rep and share it on social media

🌱 Green fingers! Who can grow the most impressive greenery in, say, two months? You and pals each donate to take part, pick a plant, set a time limit, nourish it and watch it grow