The Sara Charlton Charitable Foundation (Sara Charlton) is a grant-making charity dedicated to helping victims of domestic abuse, including honour-based violence, in the United Kingdom.
Sara Charlton, Paladin (the first National Stalking Advocacy Service) and Women’s Aid have launched a campaign for a new law that criminalises Domestic Violence.
Sara Charlton Charitable Foundation are currently working in partnership with Paladin, the first National Stalking Advocacy Service devoted to supporting high risk victims of stalking and Women’s Aid the key national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children. We have joined together to campaign for a new law that criminalises domestic abuse.
Sara Charlton’s Contemporary Art Exhibition & Auction “In the Name of Honour”
Sara Charlton and Christie’s joined forces to create In The Name of Honour, an exhibition of Contemporary art which was held in London between 19-25th September 2013, at 1 Mayfair. The aim of the exhibition was to raise awareness of violence against women both globally and in the UK, as well as promoting the work of participating artists. You can read more about this fantastic event on the website.
How are we different?
- The SCCF is the only charity that gives solely and directly to women and children victims of abuse
- We are a grant-making charity ‘with a twist’, with expertise and objectivity to analyse the domestic abuse sector, identify gaps in services, and coordinate with grassroots organisations to put our initiatives in place
- The SCCF also acts as a nexus between donors and community organisations. We provide direct access to on-the-ground organisations and added-value by matching donors’ interests to vetted organisations, ensuring undertakings are successful, providing due diligence and financial reporting
- 100% of all donations are used to help victims of abuse. No individual donations will be used for administrative costs