Our partners

Corporate partners: We would like to thank our corporate partners for their support and expertise.

Often described as the most commercially minded creative agency that their clients have experienced, Antidote is a refreshing cure to traditional ad agencies. Comfortable at working with start-ups - whether profit or non-profit - the team developed our brand identity pro bono. antidote.co.uk.

A global legal practice that helps corporations, financial institutions and governmental entities with legal issues globally, Hogan Lovells have over 2,500 lawyers operating out of 40 offices worldwide, including a pro bono advisory group who are providing us with invaluable legal support. hoganlovells.com.

Bright is a small design agency based in Brighton. Their founder, Elaine Craig, who has worked with several leading high street brands and specialises in producing corporate annual reports, worked with Sisters For Change to create our first Infographic on violence against women: A Global Crisis. A New Approach.

Recognised as the leading charity law firm in the UK, Bates Wells Braithwaite gave us sound advice pro bono as we started out. bwbllp.com/.

An award winning graphic designer with expertise in a variety of disciplines including logo and identity design, Sarah Hingston worked with Sisters For Change to develop our product and service icons.
Pilot & Programme partners: Details of local partners taking part in our country pilots will be updated soon.