Our services would not exist without the generosity of our supporters.
We are very grateful to our stakeholders, funders, trusts & foundations, corporate supporters, individual donors, community associations and all those who wish to remain anonymous. Your contributions have made our work possible and ensured that survivors of sexual violence, rape and abuse get the support that they need, free of charge, for as long as they need it.
‘’There are many wonderful things about Safeline, the support is given by trained, professional people, who have a genuine interest in helping survivors rebuild their lives. Support is unconditional, non-judgmental and, crucially, lasts as long as the survivor needs it. The fact that the counselling and ISVA service is free, means anyone can access it’’
The effects of sexual violence can be devastating and long-lasting, impacting not only the victim but also family and friends as well as the wider community. Many of Safeline’s clients suffer from depression, PTSD, anxiety, isolation, eating disorders, drug and alcohol misuse, self-harm, and suicidal feelings (15% of all suicides and 40% of youth homelessness are attributed to sexual violence).
Thank you to all our supporters. Thank you for making a difference.
Key Funders and Stakeholders
‘At Safeline, I am heard, believed, understood and unjudged, particularly when describing the degrading and life-threatening abuse I encountered. Without Safeline, it is highly probable I would have ceased my life.’
- Hector, Lamont, Florence Associates Ltd.
- Top Tec Holdings Ltd
- Team Elite
- Drayton Manor Farms, Stratford Upon Avon
Trusts, Foundations & Other Supporters
- Pilgrim Trust
- Sheldon Trust
- 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
- The Charity of Thomas Oken & Nicholas Eyffler
- Julia and Hans Rausing Charitable Trust
- Warwickshire College