Corporate partnerships

SARSAS exist to relieve the trauma felt by those who experience sexual violence at any time in their life. For the last 10 years the demand on our services has grown year on year. To meet this demand, we need support from organisations who understand the importance of our work and want to help those affected by sexual violence.

There are lots of ways that we can work together

Charity of the year
As your chosen charity of the year (COTY), we can work with you to build a bespoke calendar of engaging fundraising activities for your employees. You can organise your own activities or take part in local challenge events.

Why not nominate SARSAS as COTY to your charity champions, senior managers or HR team? Email for support on how to do this.

We can provide a range of sponsorship options to suit your budget and preference. Why not consider sponsoring one of our group therapy sessions such as yoga or art therapy? Or you could sponsor one of our counselling rooms and have it named after your organisation. Contact us on for more information.

Payroll Giving
A great way for employees to make monthly donations to charity, straight from their salary, before tax is deducted. It’s easy for employers to set up and demonstrates a commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Strategic Partnerships
We are always looking for companies whose CSR strategy aligns with our work. There could be an exciting opportunity to offer pro bono services, training, or to work together at a more strategic level in a way that is mutually beneficial. This could include changing public behaviour and attitudes or helping your management team understand the impacts of sexual violence.

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